Newspaper Page Text
; FROM NEIGHBORING TOWN AND. CITY
CROWN POINT NEWS ; ; Touching Scene at Depot. Linton & Merrill, the local under ' takers, shipped the body of William i Patton of the county poor farm on : the milk train this morning .to .Ham mond, where he will be burled today. A touching scene was enacted on the ; train where his wife, a woman be i tween 70 and 80 years of age, unac companied and alone in the world, wept and sobbed over the remains of all that was left to her In the world. Last Performance Given. ' The last performance of the oper etta, "Twin Sisters," under the auspices of the Catholic Woman's club, was given last evening to a good sized audience, and was enjoyed as much as on the pervious evening. Miss Emma Krost and Miss - Pearl Keiser, were fine in their respective parts as the twins and. their crying and acting was everything but amateurish, in fact every member of the cast performed their part. in. a creditable manner and deserve much praise for their endeav or. Miss Anna Englert as accompanist was the recipient of many congratu lations on her masterful rendition of the music score. The affair was a sig nal success, socially, as well as flnan cially. The proceeds will be used partly for paying for the new. piano which was used during the two per formances. . Pleasure Club Meets. The Pleasure club gave one of Its celebrated spreads at the home" of Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. Bruce, on East Jollet street last evening and In spite of the Inclement weather, the members .turned out and report a royal good tlme. It Is customary for the ladles to treat their husbands to a banquet at stated intervals and this' was the ; modus operandi, last evening. List of letters remaining in the Crown Point postofflce for the week ending May 2, 1908: Miss Augusta Baur. . Sallna Brussell. Nathan Crouse. Mrs. Ques. McCall. The Fortnightly Muslcale will give 'an open night for the benefit of the public library , at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Root this evening. Local talent, assisted by Madam Schlisman of Chicago, an accomplished violinist, will render the following program.: PART I. Caliph of Bagdad (duet) Boieldieu Mesdames McMahan and Pattee Goodbye Tostl Miss Peterson. Hejre Katl Jeno Hubay Madame Schlisman Polonaise (violin) Chopin Mr. Bartholomae. The Sweetest Flower That Blows.. Hawley Dr. Salisbury. Cachaucha Caprice op. 79.. Raff Miss Glover. Alice Ascher Miss Ott. Barcarole (duo) Kucken Mesdames Vilmer and Crowell. Berceuse op. 57 Chopin Mrs. Dinwiddie. PART II. Impromptu op. 142. No. 3 Schubert Mrs. Grant. Rose Marie Molloy Mrs. Root. Legende (violin) Bohm Madam Schlisman. Fruhllngsnatch (Spring Night) . .Liszt Miss Raasch. Home to Our Mountains (duo) . .Verdi Miss Peterson and Dr. Tinkham. Seguidilla '(Spanish Song. . ...... Bohm Misses Grimmer and Hart. Valse Brilliant ... Chopin Mrs. Tinkham. 'Alpin Rose (Quartette)... Smith Mesdames Knoght and Salisbury Misses Seberger and Wilson. It is said that there has been a lot of petty pilfering around the court house while the present improvements are being ptrt in. Small articles of furni ture, etc., have .been repeatedly missed by the contractors , and if the guilty parties are found, they will be treated to a dose of the law. The track meet between Lowell high school and the' Crown Point high school athletes will be held tomorrow at the fair grounds, weather permitting same. The track is said to be in such condi tion by the heavy rains, that a good showing of , the abilities of the par ticipants . is impossible, but the meet will be good as : a tryout if nothing else. The Lowell bunch are said to be pretty strong, . having defeated the Hebron high school by a score of 66. to 40 points. They will no doubt hustle our boys for first place ana be strong contenders for the honors at the county meet May, 23. People raising young chickens are experiencing much trouble and losing a good many of their brood on account of the inclement weather. The cold and damp chill them during the dight and many are found dead that are not raised with the greatest care. Charles Gerber, well known here, was in town last evening on his way to San Pierre, Ind., where his wife and son are visiting. His son was taken suddenly ill and Mr. Gerber was called to his bedside. The plasterers are working on the interior of the court house this week and one can now form some idea as to the appearance of the interior when completed. The Foresters will give one of their popuiar dances at Central music hall tonight. Miss Valeria Farley has recovered from a siege of sickness. George Kramer of Hammond visit ed with hi3 parents here last even ing. William Parry, of the Pioneer Monu mental Works, transacted business in Hammond yseterday. VALPARAISO. Tho county commissioners yesterday granted a license to Peter Kruse to operate a ' saloon In the third ward, jiow known as the residence district. They failed to sustain the charges that Mr. Kruse had been interested in the operation of a gambling house, most of the witnesses of the "drys" refrain ing from the giving of damaging tes timony on the ground of fear of self incrimination. Mr. Nappnau was re fused a license on the ground that his place of business does not face- the Public highway. Both cases will prob ably be thrashed out in the upper courts, however. It is reported that an effort may' be made to establish the grounds of the Pennsylvania rail road company in front of the Nupp man saloon as a public highway. The right of the city to make a residence district of the third ward in order to knock out the saloons therein will be tested by the operation of a saloon in the forbidden territory. Frank Shunk, who is working for the Pennsylvania railroad at Chicago Heights, visited his wife. ROBERTSDALE. Funeral of Mrs. Barney McKenna. The funeral services of Mrs. Barney McKenna wee held yesteday at 10 o'clock at the Sacred Heart church in Whiting, Rev. Father Berg officiating. Mrs. McKenna was born in Gardner, 111., July 25, 1873 and died at St. Mar garet's hospital Tuesday morning, May 5 at 10:30 o'clock where she under went a very serious operation about a week before her death. She leaves to mourn her loss besides a host of friends, a husband, two children, Joseph and Irwin, a mother, father, two brothers and a sister. The funeral was largely attended by relatives and friends of the deceased and the floral offerings were many and beautiful. The interment took place in Greenwood, cemetary. The sorrowing family have the sympathy of the community in their breavement. Joseph Semancik made a business trip to Irondale Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Phillips of Cleveland avenue will move to Chicago todav where they intend making their home. There will be a special meeting of the Whiting Lodge, No. 613, F. and A. M. Saturday afternoon. May 9, at 2:30 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. The Master Mason degree will be conferred on the following brothers of Roberts- dale, John L. Shahan and William G. Gisdale. The funeral services of Anthonv Saundas, the 3-year-oli son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sundas, who died at their home in Indiana boulevard, Tuesday night, were held at the Slavish Catho lic church, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Father Benedict officiating. The interment took place at Oak Hill cemetery. Mrs. Minuch of Hammond was the guest of Mrs. B. Visconti of Harris on avenue. Sam Abalman, candidate for town ship trustee, was a Robertsdale visitor Wednesday. E. A. Mizo of Chicago, transacted business here yesterday. The luncheon which Mrs. Charles Pinks wil give for the German Evan gelical church in Whiting will be held at her home in Sheffield avenue, Wednesday, May 13. A cordial invi tation is extended to all. Mrs. M. E. Hunter of Indiana boule vard, spent the day visiting friends In Chicago Wednesday. Mrs. Krueger of Michigan City is spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Soltwedel of Harris on avenue. Mr. Jensen of Chicago, was a vis itor here Wednesday. EAST GHICAGQINOIANA HARBOR There will be a meetiner of the hitrh school alumni association In the high 7:30 o'clock. All members of the as sociation are urged to be present as business of importance will be dis cussed. James Morrelli has returned from a six month's visit at his old home in Rome, Italy. Mrs. Max Nassau will leave Sunday for Greenfield, Mo., for a visit of four months with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ru benstein. The degree team of the Rebekah lodge had a workout Wednesday even ing which was in every way successful and satisfactory to the captian. Charles Wagner and Harry Flicker were in Hammond yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pltzel of Chicago were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Cohen, Wednesday. W. H. Davis of South Bend, repre senting the Oliver Chill Plow works, of that place, was in the city yesterday on business. A snap, 30 acre poultry farm, part timber, 4 room house, 11 miles east of Thayer depot, aionon. Good gravel road. A 4 room and 8 room house at Indiana Harbor. Dobbie, 454, Indiana Harbor. 2-12t SELLING OUT AT COST. As I have an extra large stock of fiats on hand and bills are due, I will sell French model pattern hats, regu lar price: $10.00 lints for 96.0O COO Lata for.. 4.00 4.00 hats for 2.50 ' 2.50 hats for 1.50 Ladies' don't miss this great oppor tunity. MRS. BERTHA BLniETHAl. 1904-lS7th St., Cor. of Fir. CARL . ANDERSON GENERAL CONTRACTOR Buildling and Sidewalks A SPECIALTY Telephone I. n. 602. Rea. 92t, 1 ne oasic onque. "Man runs to cliques," audibly ru minated a grizzled citizen. "He thinks pretty well of his country; of his state, or province; of his town, of his own street. And then we get at the nub of the thing; man thinks pret ty well of himself." i . GARY NEWS Board of Education Meets. The board of education met this af ternoon in the office of Superintendent Wirt. The contract with the E. C. Gerhard company of- St. Louis was signed up and they will now be pre pared to start the work immediately. The contract was recently transferred from the Standard Construction com pany of Chicago. - Looks Up Colored Woman. Elizabeth McDonald, a colored parole officer of Chicago, was in Gary today investigating the record of a Gary woman who ha3 been paroled from the Joliet jail. The woman whose name is Mary Woods with many aliases, was said to have ben arrested in Gary and punished which would have been a vio lation of the " parole. There was also another case in Gary which Mrs. Mc Donald is investigating. Miss Belle Donovan has resigned her position with M. Weil company in the Smith building, and will return to her home in East Chicago. Mrs. A. C. Huber and Mrs. H. A. Townsley of Gary were in Hammond last night visiting friends. The Gary Minstrel club held a meet ing last night at which Theodote Bin zen was elected president arid W. S. Ross, business manager. An entertain ment will be given-the latter part of May by the club and many of the most prominent business men of the city will take part. The participants will be trained by an expert from Chicago, who has already started preparations. The entertainment will probably be given in the Binzenhof. Judge Patrick L Fitzgerald will leave tomorrow afternoon for Walkertown, his home town where he will spend a few days visiting friends. The Judge is wondering whether his friend. Au gestine has any more new laws to spring on him for revenge. He says he is ready to pay his fine again, however, in case anything happens. The case , of William Luxton, the jeweler, who was arrested on a war rant by E. G. Smith, came up today, but was postponed owing to the request for a jury trial. The latest developments in the building is the ejectment of the furniture belonging to Morris Weil, the contractor and excavator, on a wrif attachment. Mr. Weil will hereafter prooabie make his headquarters in the Gary hotel. The six months' old child of Stewart Shaw, who is employed in th ntopi mills and resides at Fifth an t0.o. died today of bronchial pneumonia after an niness lasting but five days. The child will be buried Saturday at Toles ton after the funeral services which will take place at the home. The fu neral sermon will be. preached by Rev. Applegate of the Episcopal church. The house committee of the Commer cial club went to Chicago this after. noon whre they win confer with Presi dent A. J. Buffington of the Gary Land company, relative to the nrnvMin more houses 1 nthis city for the influx UI woriungmen. The committee was headed by W. A. Wirt. TOLESTON. Mesdames C. C. Gibson and W. E. Gibson were Crown Point visitors Wednesday. H. A. Townsley transacted business In Chicago yesterday. Mrs. Will Brown and daughter Lu clle of Valparaiso, were tthe guests of fritnds here Wednesday. " Mrs. S. B. Stewart entertained a num ber of friends and relatives at a din ner party given in honor of Mr. Stew art's 38th birthday last Tuesday even ing. The funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Papka, who died Monday morning was held at the German Luth ern church Wednesday afternoon. - Mrs. H. W. Meeker visited friends in Indiana Harbor Wednesday. Mrs. C. Leeka returned to her home In "Valparaiso after spending a few days with relatives here. Mrs. W. S. Kaehler will be the guest of friends in Chicago Friday and Sat urday. HOBAKT. Attorney George F. Batteiger, of Chesterton, was in Hobart Wednesday. There will be a public dance tomor row evening in Odd Fellow's hall. Louis Frank, of Toledo. O.,,, was a guest of Hobart' friends Tuesday. Mr. Frank was formerly in business here! Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Banks are visit ing at Pontiac, Mich., this .week with their daughter, Mrs. Dunping Idle. Charles Andrews was at Englewood Wednesday to visit his sister, Nora, who is quite sick there in a hospital. N. R. Wood, of Gary, was a visitor in Hobart yesterday. Fred Kaske was a visitor yesterday in Gary. LAKE STATION. Mrs. S. Blaemire and daughter, Mar garet, were Hammond visitors last Saturday. Mrs. J. Lewis and daughter. Hazel, were in Hammond Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Wiertel were Chicago visitors Wednesday. Miss Laura Dombey attended the fu neral of a friend in Chicago Wednes day. Messrs. Tom Stearns, William Reich, John Miller, Dan Blaemire and others were in Crown Point and seemed to be pleased with the results of their trip. An election will be held within the next twenty days for a final decision of the incorporation of the town.. Mrs. Charles Thome" was a Gary visitor Tuesday. The East Gary Gray's beat the Por ter County Sod Busters, by a score of 11 to 1, last Sunday. , Messrs. William Mettlemann, Joe El , Iridge, Weas Smith and two sons, to0j. in the convention at Gary and report a very pleasant time. . Mrs. Baumelster and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Lenburg. Miss Fannie Mettlemann was a Ham mond visitor Monday. Arthur Crisman is on the sick list. Esther and Nellie Erlandson, who have been quite sick with scarlet fever, are improving. Miss Ida Thorne Thome played quite a trick on us Tuesday evening and made quite a respectable looking little coon. The Lake Home Sunday school vis ited the Porter county Sunday school last Sunday morning. Miss Isabelle Blaemire will entertain the members of the Clover Leaf Circle Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Horn has been quite sick. STONY ISLAND. The act of the Calumet Electric Street railway of discontinuing to give 25 rides for one dollar effects the local men quite seriously and are about to make an appeal to the respective heads for the former scale. Y The return of Fred James to the up holstering department mean the chang ing of John Buneaux to day foreman and Fred Jackson night watchman. They were changed about a month ago. Roy Ford is preparing for his part in the graduation play of the South Chicago high school whfch is to be held in June. Mrs. George Miller of 1110 Ninty second place, visited Mrs. J. Aiken of NInty-third street, yesterday. Mrs. Reginald Board visited Mrs. W. Neath of Ninty-second place yesterday. Miss Florence Kellar was a local vis itor yesterday. Mrs. Albert Ford visited her mother, Mrs. O. J. Austin of Washington ave nue. Wm. Ulrich attended the meeting of the Young Men's Non-partisian club at South End Center last evening. Miss Dora Miller attended the Wood men's dance at Lincoln hall, Wednes day evening. Mrs. T. Dark visited Mrs. C. Swartzell yesterday afternoon. A coal wagon belonging to Read & Co. became stuck in the alley south of Ninty-third street, yesterday. Several of the street lamps along Ninty-third street are being broken by the boys that attend the Joseph Warner school. The matter was reported to the local police and are on the lookout for such offenders. A. H. Ford after leveling off his lot has fenced it In with barbed wire. He expects to have an ideal lawn this sum mer wherein all summer sports can be played. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edwards of 9000 Hous ton avenue, last evening. George Ford attended the Gaiety the ater last evening. Chas. Buchanan of Woodlawn has started a confectionery store on the corner of Ninety-third street and Stony Island avenue, an ideal fountain, etc., are being installed and should prove an attraction for the thirsty ones. Charles Cannon visited Albert Ford yesterday afternoon. Miss Freida Lutz has -been doing some sewing for Mrs. A. Ford on the hill. J. W. Swartzell made a business trip to South Chicago yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp returned from their honeymoon, which was a tour throughout the eastern states, yes terday. Mr. Camp expects to resume his duties at the Nickel Plate soon. SOCIALIST TEERITORIALISTS. Cleveland, O., May 8. An interna tional convention of the Territorialists began In this city today for a session of four days. Many of the branch or ganizations throughout the United States and Canada are represented at the meeting. The Socialist Territorialists are an offshoot of the Territorialists of which Israel Zangwill. the well known Eng lish writer, is the head. The Zangwill organization is in turn on offshoot of the Zionists. The latter believe in founding a Jewish nation in Palestine only, and the Territorialists believe that any suitable location should be selected. The Socialist Territorialists hold that socialism should prevail in this new country. MAY MUSIC AT THE KANSAS UNIVERSITY. Lawrence, Kas., May 8. Many vis itors ajce here for the annual May music festival given under the auspices of the school of fine arts of the University of Kansas. The program opens with a concert tonight and will be continued over tomorrow. Ten prominent solo ists, the festival chorus of 100 voices, and an orchestra under the direction of Adolph Rosenbecker will take part in the festival. GARY ENTERTAINS FORMER GOVERNOR. WI nil eld T. Durbin Spent Thursday In Magic Steel City on Business. Ex-Governor Winfield T. Durbln, of Indianapolis,, spent the day in Gary yes day on matters of business. Colonel Durbln was not able to see much of the sight of the new steel city because of the bad weather, but seemed surprised at what he did see. It is said that he is interested in the Gary Granite Brick and Stone company, the new organiza tion" of which J. A. Brennen is presi dent, and George T. Baker, reasurer. While at Gary he was the guest of Mr. Baker. Mr. Durbin enquired about several of the men whom he knew in this locality who served in the war m the 161st Indiana regiment. He was ac companied by his nephew, J. C. Durbin. Try Want "Ad" tn The Times. WHITING Schools Close June 19. The public school of Whiting will be closed for the summer -vacation on Fri day, June 19. The annual exhibit will as usual take up several days, and in addition to this exercises will be held in all the grades. The leading event which is the high school commence ment exercises will be held in the high school Auditorium on Wednesday even ing, June 17. The professor of homilec tics, Theodore Gerald Soares, Ph. D., D. D. of the Chicago university has been engaged to deliver the address of the evening. The senior class this year consists of six members, they being: Misses Bessie Naef, Florence. Schaub, Marguerite Fifleld, Martha Schaaf, and two boys, Russell F. Smith and Peter C. Pfeifer. Move to Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. John Obenshaln and daughter Helen left Wednesday for Da kota where they intend making their home. Mr. Obenshaln was one of Whit ing's business men, being a partner in the firm of Atkln & Obenshaln, grocers, until a few months ago when they dis solved partnership. Both had many friends who regret seeing them leave, but wish them success in their new field. Children Quite 111. Rev. and Mrs. John Parscouta were unable to leave Whiting Wednesday as was planned, on account of the illness of their two daughters, Ida and Helen, yesterday. They moved from the parish residence to their house accross the street, where they will reside until the children have fully recovered from their illness. Maurice Hartnett and his daughter, Miss Jane Hartnett of Port Richmond, Cal., who' have been visiting Mrs. Mike Harr, have gone to Washington, D. C, to spend a few weeks with relatives after which they will return to Whit ing. Miss Helen MIgatz accompanied by South Chicago friends saw "The Candy Kid" at the Calumet theater. Alex Connors, who has been employed at the Garrlck theater in Chicago, for several months, spent Wednesday night with Whiting friends, leaving yester day morning for Kansas City, where he intends to reside with his father. Esther Willie Is now making her home with her grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Ph. Willie of Clark street, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marks have re turned to their home in Peoria, 111., after visiting their sister, Mrs. Max Stiglitz. Mrs. Max Stiglitz is entertain her father, Mr. Marks of Kewanee, 111. Mrs. Joseph Murphy and son Jo soph, who have been ill at St. Mar garet's hospital with typhoid fever will return home in a few days. The democrats of Whiting will hold primary between the hours of 1 and 9 p. m. tomorrow, the voting place to be in the city hall where the nomination of one trustee and one assessor will take place. Mr. and Mrs. M. Helman will move from Pennsylvania avenue to the Moore residence at New Tork avenue and One Hundred and Nineteenth street. The Moore family will move to Henry Goe bel's house In Cleveland avenue. The revival services which are being held at the Methodist church are at tracting large crowds every night. Rev. James A. Lewis of Waverly, Ind., who Is assisting Rev. Wright, is a forciful and eloquent speaker, his lecture on "The Development of the Brain" which he delivered being con sidered exceptionally fine. The two and a half years old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zaren died at their home in Indiana boulevard Wednesday, after a short illness with plumonary tubercolosis. The funeral took place yesterday at Oak Hill cemetery. The family have recently moved here from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Comfort Rogers of Ohio avenue are contemplating moving to Michigan in a few weeks. The funeral of John O'Connell, who died at his home in White Oak avenue, Wednesday morning after a short ill ness with typhoid fever will be held at the Sacred Heart church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Deceased Is a member of the Boilermaker's union and DRUNKENNESS A Curable Disease Eminent Physicians and Scientific Men Agree That it Should Be Treated as Such. Drunkenness is a progressive dis ease; the moderate drinker is not sat-' lsned with two or three drinks a day, the craving for more and more be comes irresistible as the disease ad vances; the result ia Chronic Alcohol ism. The treatment used successfully by thousands right in their own homes is Orrine. It is a scientific cure for drunkenness and has given such uni versal satisfaction that it is sold under a positive guarantee to effect a cure or your money will be refunded. This guarantee is given in good faith and is carried out to the letter. Orrlne is not a new remedy; It has been sold by the leading druggists in every city for years. It has lifted tens of thousands from the depths to worthy manhood and has the hearty endorsement of grateful men and women in every state in the Union. Orrine No. 1 is the secret remedy; Orrine No. 2, is for those willing to take the treatment. Either form costs 11.00. The guarantee is the same in either case. Write to The Orrine Co., Washington, D. C, for free treatise oe Drunkenness, mailed In plain sealed envelope. Orrlne will be mailed sealed on receipt of price. Sold by leading druggists in every town and city, and In this city by Lion Store Pharmacy, Hammond. Ind. also the K. O. T M. Interment wilt b at Greenwood ce;Wery. Hammond. A. Jacobson hs closed his store in One Hundred and Nineteenth street. Charles Pedersen has possession of his tailor shop in . Sheridan avenue again, the former proprietor. Wolf, moving to Hammond. The Daughters of Liberty held their regular meeting in the I. O. O. F. hall last Wednesday evening. GRIFFITH. Henry Govert was a Chicago visitor yesterday. at?enrtrChfS,here are Preparing to r?v ,? C at Jacks" rk Sat urday if the weather is favorable. It will be a joint affair composed of the teachers of both North and Calu met. hV.1" USSe11 made a business trip to the county seat yesterday. The bridge and carpenter gang of the Grand Trunk are here remodfllng the depot which has been sadly in need of it for some time. The Modern Woodmen are preparing to institute a Jodge here soon Ovef twenty-five applicants have been ex amined for charter membership and the ceremonies of Installation will take Place May 15. Deputy Shields of South Bend is the organizer. I the Jobber stopped sending ou salesmen how long would his bualnesa last? If you stop advertUlne welL Got Your House Cleaning Done Yet? Did you get new springs for your beds, or don't you need 'em? What sort of springs are you using? Ever Try You can get them like this just plain coils forp lain peo ple. Put a HYGEIA on your , old wood bed and you make a new bed of It. Every Hygeria Guaranteed for Ten Years - c Jfriv:. lif 5. . Hygeia for iron or Brass Bed With Cover .- ; The Hygeia is Beyond Question The Best Spring Bed on Earth. Made only by the ETERPRISE BED To Save Needless Expense is a long step toward business success. Let your telephone Travel for you and save both time and rail-fare. An Accurate, Reliable way to transact business in Chicago or elsewhere without leaving your ffi ce. CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY Lake County Title Abstract Purnlahed at Nominal RatM P. E. MOTT, President FRANK HAMMOND, Vic Pres. J. a. PLACKMUN, Secretary A. H. TAPPER, Trearrrrer S. A. CULVER, Manager Secretary's Office tn Mirftsttc EI. HAMMOND CLARK STATIOK. j.ne oirtnaay party of Miss Myrf Gruel was well attended by her malt friends and relatives. . . .j On account of the rough weatbr there were only four pupils that went in the bus to the Toleston school. : Master Otto ' Heine of Ross spent the day here on business. The Clark Station White Sox Jrs. will play the Toleston baseball team Sunday at this place. - Walter Geters spent today in Pine. Master William Osterman is on the sick list. C. Anderson's tent near Pine was blown to pieces. Damages were not very much. ; LOWELL. Sam Sirols and Charles Larson, of Shelby, were in Lowell on business Thursday. The commencement exercises of the Cedar Creek township schools wlll-fce held at Egypt school house next Thursday night. . Forest Ragon, who has been so seri ously sick with smallpox is getting much better. ; . The Lowell Gun Club's big tourna ment scheduled to be pulled oft heTa Thursday, had to be postponed on ac count of the bad weather. About 2$ or 30 shooters were here to partici pate in the different events. Our water' and light plant hava been out of commission for two days on account of a break down of tha the Hydeia ? Hygeia for Wood Bed t And now we are getting thein up In this style, wita cover and pads. The pad is made of good felt and H attached to the cover, so both can be put In place or removed at the same time Clean people clean their BED SPRINGS occasionallyr Sold by all First-Class Dealers. S I and Pal CO., Hammond, Ind. & Guarantee Co. HAMMOND AND CROWN POINT, IND. v i , -lit J Covers Top of 1 Center Spring.'