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Mondav, Julv 27, 190&.
THE TIMES. H I 14 RSI 1YT PI oil IIN JO PRINTING Can be had this Office, Letter Heads Note Heads Ruled and Unruled White and Tinted Envelopes To match Writing Paper Bill Heads All Sizes Statements Business Cards Announcements Folders Programs Tickets Posters Visiting Cards Correct Styles Wedding Stationery Abstracts Briefs Booklets Catalogs Etc., Etc. Call, write or phone 111 L 207 Fayette St. BOARDER 1S IN PERIL Whiting Man Grabs Knife to Cut Off the Foot of His Friend. itocks. Grain an Latest Events in the Markets PROVISIONS Special Wire to The TIMES CLASSIFIED WANT ADS. (Special to The Times). Whiting-, lnd., July 27. Whiting is below normal if the Sunday does not produce a rumpus between a boarding house boss and his boarder. It was Frank Rusish and ePter Pu bitch's turn yesterday, and they kept up the record of former Sundays by permitting blood to How freely. Peter Iuhiteh is :l bo;.rder of Frank Rusish, who is locate, 1 on Center street. The boarding boss was at work and the boarder was at home watching the landlady cook the Sunday dinner when lie began to Quarrel with her. The wo man swallowed her anger as best she knew how, threatening the boarder with her husband when he should come home. The old man did come, and having mad.- himself comfortable by taking his shoes off, listened to his wife's com plaints. Having heard the woman's story, he gave his boarder a calling down. who. angered by this, grabbed a knife and started to cut Rushlsh's foot off. He didn't quite sucoed, how ever, for the landlord wouldn't stand ! for the operation, and instead ran for ' his toed chest and. producing a hammer, ' he plaved the anvil chorus on the pate ! of ubiteh. Imbitch needed the doc tor's care and several stitches in his The final result was that both arrested and that they will be this evening before Judge Jones. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Open High Iiw Close Atchison . .. 7'b h Vz 6is i" ai Am Sugar.. 132 132 130 131 Am Car 394 37, 3ST Am Copper.. 7 3 7 4 4 73 73 4 Am Smelt.. SH SS 4 S3b &S7h Anaconda .. 4S'ts 4't 45 45 H - u :? 93 U 92 '.C8 Brook H T.. 52U 03 51 4 52 Ches & O... 43' 43s, 4 2V 43 C F A: I 33 33 31 32 Canad Par-.. 169 169'.; 167 16S'a Erie com... 22 23 i, 22 4 22 Grt North. .13b, 137 135 4 135 4 III Central. .1424 142 s 141 1414 I- & Nash...l09 J0S 107 1HS4 M K & T cm 314 314 30 Va 30 4 Mis 1'ac... 56 5ti 524 f27 Nat Lead... 714 714 To 74 N V Cent . . .10x4 109 1064 107 4 No. Pacific. .141 141-4 140' 1404 Ont & W 424 43 41 4 41s Pennsvl. ...1244 1254 1244 1244 Reading . ..US1 119 117 4 117 4 R 1 & S . . . . 214 214 20 4 20 v, Rock I si cm 174 174 174 174 Do pfd 34 4 34 4 33 4 33 4 So. Pacific.. 93 93 4 914 92 St. Paul 141 4 141 4 139 1394 l"n. Pacific. .1544 1554 1524 152 US Steel.... 454 454 444 444 i Do pfd...10S4 10S4 10S 10S4 GRAIN MARKET. Chicago. July 27. Estimates tomor row: Wheat, 441 cars; corn. 170 cars; oats, 26 cars; hogs. 16,0ou head. Chicago, July Wheat and flour, bu; oats, nil. ". Clearances today: 170,000 bu; corn, 2, 001.1 Southwestern Marketn -Wheat. Receipts. Minneapolis, t ay. . .."29.000 Last year 15.000 St. Louis, today 24fi.ooo Last year 243. "On Kansas City, today ... fiSfi.tlOO 1-ast year ........ 51 5,000 Monev closed 1 4 per cent. Total sales, 741. H00. head, were tried HARDWARE STORE IS ROBBED OF REVOLVERS. The hardware store of H. A. Payne i which is located at the corner of Eighth avenue and Broadway, was broken into last evening when at about 11:30 p. m. last evening some one threw a brick ! through the front wtndow and secured I two fine Colt revolvers valued at about $15 apiece. j The window was broken by means jof a brick which was thrown through lit and although there were 15 guns on the trav in the window there were two of them taken by smashers. the but window GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET Wheat, inc Corn, dec . . ats, dec. Visible Supply. . This wk . . 1 .022.001) Inc . . . 337.000 lec. 14,000 Dec. Ship. 71.000 1 1 4.000 7 9.000 1 5.0(") 205.0ml 78.000 Last Yr. 192.000 . 1 .031 .000 . 1 ,i'92.0oo NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. All want ads must be paid for with order or before paper Is Issued unless vou carry an ac count with The Times. The rate 10 cents per day for a want ad is so low that it makes the proposition a los'ng one when a collector has to be Bent several miles to collect ten cents. BARTER A XI) EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE What have you t - exchange for paper and l;a ri g : n -: . Address R. I., Times. FOR EXCHANGE A tuba horn f -r poultry; also a gas healing Hove lor, poultry. Address M. P., Lake Count Times. 22 LOST AM) KOlU FOl'ND An automobile lire. C phone 9701. 2 ' MALE UEI P WANTED. WANTED Machinist. Betz Co. 27-1 Month Open High Low Close Wheat Sept ..904-4 904 S9V S9s Dec. -.924 924 914 914s May ..964-4 964 954 954b ..75 4-4 75 4 74 4 75 4 Dec. ..61 4 614 604 fil Mav ..604 604 594 6044 Out Sept ..434 434 424 424a43 Dee. ..424-4 434 424 424a43 May ..44 4 45 4 44 4 4 44 4 s Pork Sept ..1560 1560 1525 1535 Oct. ..1565 1565 1532 1 537a-40s lord Sept ..925 925 917 922a25 Oct. ..932 932 925 932s Ribs Sept ..S70-72s 870 S62 867s I Oct. . . S77 SSO S70 875s Wheat Corn Oats . Wheat Corn . Wheat, Last Last Corn. Last Last Total ViMlble Supply. Thiswk last wk Ust Yr. 14.2S2.0Oii 13. 260. eoo 4(2H.OO0 2.554.0O0 1.4S5.0OO 2.S91.0O0 1,499.000 II INDEPENDENCE CONVENTION. Chicago, July 27 tial representation parts of the I'nite pendence party. Hearst's bled In With a substan from nearly all 1 States, the inde the successor of independence league, assem national convention in Or chestral hall today for the purpose of adopting a platform and nominating candidates for president and vice presi dent. The initial session was given over to the opening addresses of the temporary chairman and others, fol lowed by the appointment of the usual committees. The convention probably will complete its work tomorrow. Present indications are that the con vention will neither indorse the can didacy of William J. Bryan nor fore William R. Hearst to accept the presi dential nomination of tl.r independence party. Thomas L. Ilisgen of Massa chusetts is the man most prominently mentioned for the head of the ticket. Mr Hisgen ran for governor of Massa- .-hucpiis two years ago on the pendence league ticket and polled surririsingly largo vote. He of wealth and for a number of years he has competed successfully against l lie Standard Oil company for the oil business of New England. H. S. Voorheis, Broker in Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, Cotton and other Securleties. Stock Quo tations Received by Ticker Service. Direct Wires to Chicago and the East. ROOM 4 14 HAMMOND BLDG. Phone 3641 AYorld's Shipment. Iast wk Prev. wk. ..5.296,000 4.46 1.001) ..2,560,000 2,567,000 Primary Movement. Receipts. , today 1.336.000 week 1.4G,ono year 1,19. 000 today 403. 000 week 396.000 year 4 33.0O0 .96s. 000 3,559,000 Last Yr S. 304.0OO 7,094.000 Ship. 963.000 75S.oii0 50 4.0 00 353.000 40 6,000 743,000 WANTED Men for the west, from $2 to $5 a day; cheap car fare. Cail C. M. Benson, 33u So. Clark St., Chi cago. 22-1 m WANTED Men who need a good ad vertising medium and who will let us Bhovv them that Ihe Titles lit mat: medium. tf FEMALE I1EI.P 1VA.MED. WANTED Girl for general house work; German preferred, good ref erences required. Mrs. It. Berger, Grasselli. 2i-3 L( ST name at Tim. Bunch of on ring. 's oflH'e keys Kinder and lecelv with ov please 1 u a re NOTIl ES. To Whom It Mav Concern: You are hereby notified that Herbert Orsotiel anil Herbert ll.avenrivli. partners doing business under the re.:,. of the Keddy Roofing Co. heretofore, have dissolved, and nil persons are hereby notified to make no paymen's nr to extend any credit to the afore said Herbert Orschel. and the und- r sitfne.i will not be responsible for any obligations entered into by the sai i Herbert Orschel. 2i-2 HERBERT HE A YE NRICH WANTED Girl or competent woman to do general housework. Apply 33 S. Hohmun street. 27-:'. WANTED Stenographer; experienced only; good penman and accurate at figures. Apply to 11. M. Faber, Spe cialty Underwear Co., 135 Condit St. 2 1tf WANTED Experienced operators on muslin underwear; steady work, good pay. Appiy to II. M. Faber, Spe cialty Muslin Underwear Co., lila Condit street. IS WANTED Good girl housework. Apply 366 man street. for general S,outh lloli-10-tt HEARD ON THE BOURSE. White Short interest in wheat is largely eliminated. Don't get long wheat at these prices. Logan If there is a return of higher temperatures northwest the wheat market will bull so much the quicker. Pringle We feel that the buying of September and December wheat is in order. Ware & Leland It looks to us as if further reactions in wheat will be seen but on a good break we favor buying. Barrell With the winter wheat be ing taken care of, we think the price possibilities in wheat are on the bull side and advise buying on all spots. Bartlett Reports in regard threshing of oats continue mixed it looks as though the recent advance in the new crop months had discounted the advices of poor yields. Iake We think the tendency of wiieat is higher and would advise be ing long. soft to and ro:i bai.f. FOR SALE First class barber shot with poid taldes and bath rooms at- ! tached; good location ami business;! must be sold this week. Address Sam I Benante, Indiana Harbor. 27-3 j LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby igven to the citizens of ttie City of Hammond. North Town ship. Lake County. Indiana: That t .e undersigned is a male inhabitant mote than twenty-one 4 21 ytars if ag- 1 resident of sai.l Town and Towns! i: and not In the habit of becoming in toxicate"!: that lie has been a. -oi,tin..-011s resident of said Township for more than ninety 1 9o 1 .lavs last past; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Rike County. State of Indiana, at their regular August Term. 1 H'is. for a license to sell intoxi cating liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time and perm.t the same to be (irank on the premises wl ere sold; that lie will also ask permission to sell tobacco, soft drinks and iune , in iM.nnection therewith, and that t'e premises where he desires to sell sail intoxicating liquors is described as loi hws. to-wit: The ground floor front room of the one-story frame building, with living rooms in the rear, and situated on e; 30. Mock 2. in L. E. Hohman's addition to Hammond, uikf mtntv. Iniliiinn. 10 Signed, HARRY PANIMuN FOR SALE Model home bakery and 1 lunch room; cheap if taken at onei ; j good trade and reason for selling. 26. ' S. Hohman. 27-tf FDR SALE R. C. black Minorca and partridge Wyandott.- -ockerels, $l.oo each. It. Berger. Grasselli, lnd. 27-3 FOR SALE Two farms; one in Mer tillville and one near Griffith, be longing to John and Elizabeth Weis' estate. Inquire of administrator, Mi chael Grimmer, Crown Point. 27-6 inde- a a man PRODUCE MARKETS. directors. G. Francis company. directors, J. Golight- company, ; to operate Clarence John A. John- Articles of Incorporation. Articles of incorporation have been filed at the office of secretary of state for the following companies: Charles E. Francis company, Rush ville' capital. $25,000; to manufacture machinery and supplies Charles E. Francis. Harry and George J. Greisser. Hansell Coal and Supply Kokomo; capital. I'.o.ooo; George A. Hansell. William iy and F. Walter Jackson. Ettinger - Steed - Johnson South Bend; capital. $25,000 department and treasurer: n Steed, secretary, and son. vice president. People's Building. Loan and Savings association of Princeton. Tnd.; capital, $50,000; directors, M. TV Hollingsworth, E. J. Baldwin, C. W. White. Frank M. Harris, W. L. Davis and C o. Balt zt 11. Notice of increase of capital stock in sum of $250,000 by the Farmers and Mechanics' Mutal Building. Loan and : Savings Association of Bloomfield; ; Frrtneis T. Dugger. president. 1 Decatur Publishing company. Deca tur; capital. $10.e0e; directors. W. W. Fb ld.-r.ioha nn. John H Ko.-nig. H. W. : Armine and Edwin l-'!e,!derjohii n n. Osgood Rapid Transit company. Na- pr.leon; to carry on omnibus and trans fer business between dro-nsliiirg and Versailles; capital. $5. 000; directors. Frank J. Grow. Wm. J. Kelley, Milton S. Bonner, Jacob A. Meyers, Charles Brooks and Gip R. Kemper. American Agency company. Indiana polis: capital, $r..ooo: to do real estate and insurance business; directors, Geo. AV. Doliarhldo. Edmond B. Harris and I Alpha C. Donarhide. Kdmond B. Har ris and C. Dollarhide. ; Notice of increase of capital stock fr. 111 $1 5,000 to $50,000 by the Horn-brook-Price company of 1 ndi ianapolis ; 1 1. II. Hornbrook, president. Butter Receipts. 10.194 tubs; cream ery, extra. 214c; price to retail dealers 23c; prints. 24c; extra firsts, 204c; sec onds, lc; dairies, extra. 20e; firsts, 17c; ladles. No. 1, 17 40; packing stuck, 16 4c. Eggs Receipts, 8,271 cases; miscel laneous lots, cases returned, 14 4e; cases included, 144f'15o; ordinary firsts, 154c; firsts, whitewood cases and must be 40 per cent fresh. 17c; prime firsts, packed in new whitewood cases and must be 60 per cent fresh, 19 4c; extra, specially packed for city trade and must be SO per cent fresh, 21c. New potatoes Receipts. 25 cars; choice to fancy, MjfSSe; fair to good, 70 ff 7 5c. Veal Quotations for calves in good order were as follows: 50 to 60 lb weights. 6 7c; 60 to J0 lbs, 7 fa 8c; o to loo lbs, Si-,1 ; im pressed beef No. 1 ribs, 1 Sc; No. 1 loins. 0-; No. 1 round, 11c; No. 1 chuck, 7c; No. 1 plate. 6c. Live poultry Turkeys, per II). lie; chickens, fowls, 11c; springs, 15'ul6e; roosters, 64c; geese, 4.00 ' 6.00 ; (lucks. 9 iq 11c. California green fruit Cherries, 65c crate; apricots. $1.25 'ii 1 .35 per crate; :t $1.80 per box: plums, 6 5c 'a $ 1 . so pe peaches. 5o1i:nc p.-r box; pears. $1.65 v l.si per box; grapes, $1.5ofn2.00 per c rate. Fruit Apples, $1.0o(!4.00 per brl; 50c ''('$2.00 per bu; new apples, 2 5c 'i $ 1 .00 j per bu; bananas, jumbo, per bunch. ! $1.00; straigilt, $1. 15V 1.4"; culls, '.lOCy $1.15; bouquets. T0'!i90c; lemons, $2.50'i( 3.oii; oranges. $2.5o?7 4.50 ; pineapples. ll.Otify 2.50 per crate; peaches, Zir'u $1.50 per crate; 1 2 4 'n 1 5e per 1-5 bu hascket; grapes, 1 5 W 20e per S-lb bas ket; pears, $ l.oii '( 1 .25 per bu. Berries Cherries, per 16-qt case. $1 (1.25; blackberries. 16-qt case, $l.i0( 1.15; blueberries. $ 1 .2 5 1 .7 5 per 16-qt case; raspberries, red. $1.O0((i1.25 per 24-qt case; black. $l.oorf; a.tiij per 16-qt case; currants, per 16-qt case, $l.oO'(i 1.25. Beans Pea beans. hand picked, choice, $2.52; common. $2.00 fa 2.40 ; red kidney. $1.70 ; lower grades, depending on quality. $ 1 .25 1 .50 ; brown Swedish. 12.15ft 2.25; off grades. $1.25fj1.5o; 1 i t a -as. California, per Oo lbs. $5,62 4. Melons Gems. 65cfj$1.50 per crate; Roi kyfords, California, standard crates. $2.001,2.25; pony. $1.0o'u1.15; water melons. $1 00.00 fa 1 75.00 per car. Green vegetables Beets. $1.00 per box; cabbage. 6"c(? $1 .50 per crate: oar rots. $l.oo per box; cauliflower, 25ofa $1.00 per box; celery, 15cf, $1.00 per box; cucumbers. 2ofa30c per box; gar lic. 7c per lb; green onions, 4 h 5o per bunch; green peas. $2.25 per box; horseradish, 60c per bunch; lettuce, head, tub. 40c; leaf, tub. 25c; mush rooms, 4Ofa'50c per lb: peppers. 75c per crate; parsley, loft 15c per doz; pie plant, 154 18c per bunch; radishes, home grown. 75c per 100, string beans, green, 60c per bu; wax, 75c per box: onions, 75c per bu; spinach. 40c per tub; sweet corn. 30f(5O: pPr sack; tomatoes, 10f;35c per crate; turnips, 6ofa75o per sack; watercress, 25 ft 35c per basket. Rail-Elk- Higher Courts' Record. Supreme Court Minute. 2143. George Black vs. States of In diana. Jay C. C. Appellee's brief. 2144. George Black vs. State of In diana, Jay C. C. Appellee's brief. Appellate Court Minuten. 613S. Phoenix Accident and Sick Benefit association vs. Eliza Stiver. Randolph C. C. Appellle's brief on pe tion for rehearing. 6S1S. Haskell Barker Car company vs. Allegheny Forging company. Por ter S. C. Appellant's reply brief. 6S4S. The Winona & Warsaw wav company vs. Mary Rousseau. hart C. C. Appellee's brief. 65S2. Penn-American Plate Glass company vs. the Harshan, Fuller & Goodwin company. Madison S. C. Ap pellee's motion for leave to state addi tional proposition and state authorities. Notice of same and proof of service, j CS72. Indiana Stove Works vs. Rob ert F. Howden. Posey C. C. Appel- j lant's brief. ! 5857. Court of Honor vs. Rosa D jHutohins. Vanderhurg S. C. Appel lant's reply brief in support of its peti Ition for rehearing. j 6799. Ella Dieckman, administratrix, ; vs. the Louisville & Southern Indiana Traction company. Clark C. C. Appel i bint's reply brl f. j 6819. Matilda Stough vs. Equitable jl.ife Assurance society, etc. Marion ( . C. Appellants motion to strlKe ap pellee's brief from the files. Appel lant's reply brief. e Appellnte Court $iit. 6971. Caroline P. Tousey vs. City of Indianapolis et nl. Marion S. C Rec ord. Assignment of error. Waiver of notice. Agreement to submit. Cause submitted. 6972. Modern Woodmen of vs. Emily Kinrholno. Posey C ord. Assignment of errors Bond. FOR SALE A snap for some one look ing for a grocery and market: main corner in town; you can't lose by in vesting. I have other business to take care of. Call or write to Wm. Rose. Hegewisch; phone 261. 27-5 FOR SALE Cheap, two buildings in Gary (16x24 and 8xl6l. located on Adams street, between Hth and 10th. Apply to Haas & Hilton Co.. 213 East Randolph St.. Chicago, or W1S7 Soutli Chicago avenue. South Chicago. 27-6 FOR SALE OR RENT Four room cottage, 26x165; 151 Kenwood ave nue; rent $8. Inquire 2 1 X East State street. 24-3 3SJ wfiiftrwmMiTi Our method of advancing mon ey on Pianos, Furniture, Horses. Wagons, etc., will interest you. We will treat your inquiry as strictly confidential. Our rates are more satisfactory than those In South Chicago. HAMMOND LOAN & GUARANTEE CO. 145 SO. HOIIMAJV STREET. Phone t57. Over Mofiel Clothiers. Open evenings except Wednes days and Thursdays. ri 1 4 j WANTED Every reader of the Times j who has no home and would like a j little truck farm from 10 to 40 acres, ( we will furnish you such; one-half of crops until paid for; get a home. West Prairie Land &. Stock Co., Rensselaer, Inch 17. t FOR SALE Good typewriter; good condition, cheap. Address Lock Box 113, Indiana Harbor, lnd. 23-5 FOR SALE Five room cottage with 0 foot lot at 41o Oak street, lnauire 22-6 at 415 Ash street. FOR SALE Full bred barred rock poultry; 4 to 9 weeks old. Apply 4 Condit street; phone 5162. 22-6 America C. Rec- In term. ONLY 355 LOTS LEFT IN THE DEL HART. TEXAS LOT SALE. DON'T FAIL TO GET SOME BEFORE THEY ARE GONE, YOU WILL ALWAYS RE GRET IT. PRICE $50 PER LOT, $10 DOWN. $10 PER MONTH WILL PL'T IT WITHIN THE REACH OK ALL ALSO CAN FFRNISII FARM LANDS IN ANY SIZE TRACTS, FRoM $10 To $20 AN ACRE. SEE J. E. JORDAN. MONON HOTEL. 23-1 But Equipped Repair Shop in the Stat Q. W. HUNTER AUTOMOBILE GARAGE Compreucd Atr FREE Bowser Oasoline System tl S. HOHMAN STREET Phone 122. Huehn Block. Hammond, In HOWARD STEVENS, Open foi Contracts. Painting, Paper Hanging and Decorating. GRAIXIKQ A SPECIALTY. My Motto: Good Work. 1S3 State Line Street, - - - Hammond. Telephone 1691. FOR SALE Choice cottages and lota in best location in city; cash or easy payments. Phone 3244 or call 213 Ann street after a oe'lock in the evening. 15-tf FOR SALE "Practically new safe. cheap; J. Baiim Safe & Lock Co. make. Address Safe, Times. 26-tf re'.'Tra-'.yi-jg""""-1 '"''ft " yt,ub? Pff FOR RENT. FOR EXT Six room and electric light. Call at 3o." State Line las street. flat, with bath $12 per month. St.. near Ixuig-25-1 f Indiana Fostal Items. Washington. July 2 1. The following promotions of Indiana postofhee clerks and carriers were announced today: Angola, two clerics from $600 to $00; Decatur, one clerk from $600 to $S0i, me clerk from $'00 to $90o and three carriers from $io0 to $1,000: Laporte. ne clerk from $M0 to $900, one clerk from $300 to $l,00'j and five carriers .from $900 to $1.0"0. Railway mail ser-vice has been estab lished by the department from French jl.lck to Jasper, lnd., via the Southern 1 railway line. Fireless Firecrackers. Do you remember how you used to pop leaves when you were a kid? You laid the leaf over the palm of your left hand and then struck it with your right. On the same principle as this, with half a rubber bulb to take the place of the hollow palm, and a piece of newspaper over the top to pop instead of a leaf, a fireless firecracker can be invented. LIVERPOOL MARKET. Liverpool. July 27. -Wheat opened 'id lower: corn opened unchanged. Liverpool, Juiy 27, 1:30 p. m. Wheat, ls''fi1d lower; corn. 1 14 d lower. Liverpool. Julv 27. Wheat closed '-id higher to 'sd lower; corn closed Id lower. Brave Dogs. n Is a singular fact that highly eouraged dogs have always much width between their ears. This is a phrenological fact thatwas known to fanciers many generatrons before Gall existed. Never trust a dog that is narrow between the eyes nor a man. XT WrEt "U" in The TUe LIVE STOCK MARKET. Fnion Stock Yards. July 27. Hog re ceipts, 3. 000; left over. 5.0(tO; market ofalOc lower. Light, $5.906.55; mix ed. $6.05 "a 6. S5 ; heavy. $6.05 fa 6. S 7 ; rough. $6.05(6.25. Cattle receipts. 26.000; market 10c lower. Sheep re ceipts, 16,000; market steady. For Man's Information. When a man has spent an evening calling on ladles, they do not spend the first half hour after he has gone talking about him. as he imagines, but in picking up after him. One man can throw more things out of place in an orderly house than a baby. Atchiaon Globe. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, in suites of two or more; phone. 26"1. 2.-4 Piummer ave nue. 25-3 FOR RENT Thret keeping rooms; B roa d w a v, Gai v. furnished house over store; 1 526 FOR RENT Three nieelv furnish rooms for light housekeeping. 1 quire 277 Michigan avenue. 25- 2 j - .J i tA iThere Is Comfort WHEN A MAN'S SALARY STOP3 'inrnufcn sleKnrss, railure of his em ployer, or a suspension of business, t t feel thnt you have nomrlhlnn to fall back on In your hour of trouble. Put a small amount e-ach Ttwk In av IngH In a good, reliable savings bank, like the Citizens' German flalional Bank OA'S DOLLAR STARTS AtCOl.M'. A SAVINGS FOR RENT Two front rooms, with the O'Brien Bldg.. Mich, avenue; phone nicely furnished heat and bath, in Corner Penn. and 3j4. 23-tf FOR RENT Urge furnished front room; suitable for one or two gent lemen; modern conveniences. Apply !i Rimbach avenue; phone 4471. 21-tf FOR RENT Space in these columns at your disposal. Try a want ad. try any kind of a three-liner for ten cents a night. FOR RENT Places in this want ad department for you, ten cents a night. Do you want to make money? Try it. tf FOR RENT 14 room steam heated flat: eight rooms furnished; suitable for boarding and rooming house. For particulars address J. S.. Times. 22-2 w FOR RENT Three nice pleasant room with private bath room and gas for light housekeeping. Inquire 277 Oak ley. 22-tf WANTED TO RENT. WANTED To rtnt five or six room cottage near the center of city: base given if desirable, three in family. Address E. A. P.. care Times. 24-tf Omaha Kansas City. Hogs . .3.000 , . .4.000 Cattle 5.000 1,000 Sheep 4.000 7.000 Fnion Stock Tards close weak. Light, $ $6.00 -ff 6.60; J5.00S 6.25. July 27 .S56.55; Hogs mixed. heavy, $6.00iH6.65; rough. Cattle weak; sheep steady. Adding to His Offenslveness. The man who told us so is always doubly offensive if he comes around after the arrival of our troubles and tries to look as if he had forgotten all about it. IELEPHOXE VOIR MEWS TO THE TUICS. WANTED Tc rent cottage or house, . centrally located. Just man and wife ; in family. 312 Gostlin street. 23-tf ' PERSONALS. j PERSONAL When you have a house ; to rent and you really want to rent j It. say bo In a paper that has some circulation and reaches the people. XTy a AVaat Ad In the Times. i Advertising is Business Insurance Advertising is business Insurance and It Is better than fire Insurance la oune respect. At 12 o'clock one year from date your Are Insurance policy expires and protection with that erases rlht then and there. Not so with advert luing. The pro tection is continuous and It multi plies. It gathers In strength anil the dollar rimf two years from to day Is worth to you (wire the dol lar spent today If you krep uy your advertising in the meantime. Kacu year as your advertising continue, the same amount of money bays you more protection. Though It Is im possible to f)nre the cumulative ef fect of advertising. It Is a well es tablished fact that the longer advertise the more effective advertising will be. yau your