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Saturday, August 8, 1903.
THE TIMES. & ThehZandX XT of ADVERTISING A SERIES OF TEN TALKS ON written by Seymour Eaton I have a bunch of letters from advertisers asking me to criticise their advertisements; to tell them wherein the copy is bad or good. It is nearly all bad; but most bad advertise ments pay. The better the copy, as a general rule, the better the results. Good copy for one class of trade might be very poor copy for another. But there are a few broad general principles which are always true. Your advertisement should be attractive enough to catch the eye. Size doesn't do this. A two inch single column card may be made to attract more notice than an announcement as big as a sheet of note paper. If your advertisement isn't seen it isn't read, and if it isn't read no matter if it has ten million circulation it isn't worth a postage stamp. You are not investing in circulation but in readers of adver tisements. The next point is to make your advertisement readable. As a rule the most readable copy is printed in fairly large book type; one kind of type with a display heading or two and the reading matter divided into easy paragraphs. Most advertisers think that by crowding the space to its utmost they are getting bigger value for their money. Within reasonable limits the very opposite is true. Ten words read are worth more than ten thousand words looked at. If I were advertising a retail shop and I found that my advertising appropriation would allow me to take a two inch card daily in four newspapers I should multiply the two by four and take an eight inch card in one newspaper. But the scret of copy is personality; red hot hustling life. Like breeds like. If your shop is a hustling go-ahead concern and this spirit is reflected in your advertising, the contagion will soon spread, The first hundred customers are the hardest to get; the second hundred come in about half the time ; the third hundred are attracted by the crowd. The full page announcements of the department stores overshadow the small dealer; but there is opening up a great field in every big city for the at tractive advertising of the smaller shop. This ad vertising must be done in a new way; it must be pleasing, refined, convincing; it must appeal to the individual who loves quiet rather than noise ; the very antithesis of the broadside bargain advertising so common in every newspaper. (Copyright, 190S, by Tribune Company, Chicago.) HGHT FORJIRL'S LIFE Pasteur Treatment Given to Child Who Was Bitten By a Dog. Heroic efforts to save the life of 9-year-old Ruth Sinclair, 9008 Commer cial avenue, South Chicago, who was attacked and bitten by a mad dog sev eral days ago, are being made today by physicians at the Pasteur Institute. Ruth was brought to the institute, 228 Dearborn avenue, following the official report that the dog which had bitten her had been suffering from rabies. This was proved after the brain of the animal had been examined by City Physician L. Blake Baldwin. Child's Condition Serious. The patient will be under the con stant care of Dr. Lagorio and other physicians, and everything possible will bo done to prevent the develop ment of the dreaded hydrophobia. "The little girl's condition Is con sidered serious," said Dr. Lagorio. "We hope to prevent hydrophobia and will do all in our power to aid her. She has two severe lacerations of the right cheek Inflicted by the dog. The re sult of our efforts will not be known tor at least two weeks." Tried to Save Little Sister. Tiuth and her little sister, Eva, 4 years old, were playing in front of their home when they were attacked by ,a shepherd dog. , Ruth tried to save her little sister and-the dog turned upon her. Eva sus ADVERTISING of Philadelphia No. 6 tained a slight wound, but her Injury Is not considered serious. i , The dog was cautpred by the police, who held it to await developments. The animal died "Wednesday and Its brain was submitted to physicians, wVio announced that it had been suffering from rabies. ; RESCUED 111 A L Volunteers From Farragut Yacht Club Tow in V Disabled Boat. Four men In a twenty-foot launch were rescued last evening by a volun teer life savin crew of the Farragut Yacht club. A . heavy sea was run ning and the launch was half filled with water. In the launch were S. L. and A. W. Post, and W. F. and H. Wilder, all of Michigan City, Ind. They said that they left the Indiana port early in the morning and were about three miles off the Chicago shore when the engine of the launch broke down. The volunteer crew was in charge of Frank Webster. The launch was towed to the shore at the foot of Thirty-ninth street. Some sagacious business men put in one advertisement in a paper and expect it to bring them results as well expect to eat one meal and then keep from being hungry for a week. Sometimes it willmore often it won't , . ... v AUNGH HEIN6 OF MASONIC TEMPLE ASSOGIATI'OH Annual Session of Lodge Men to Take Place Next Wednesday. Next Wednesday a big meeting of the Masonic Temple association will be held In the elubrooms of the Gary hoteL This will be the first annual meeting of the association, which is composed only of members of the Ma sonic order. After a sumptuous ban quet the election of officers for the en suing year will be held. The meeting promises to be one of the biggest ever held by the club and a record-breaking attendance is looked for. Throughout the evening an orchestra will be pro vided to furnish- the music. After the lunch and the business of the evening has been disposed of, a smoker will be held in the elubrooms. Strong la Gary. The Masonic Social club is probably the biggest social organization in the city. During the year they have given many splendid social functions which have not been surpassed in the steel city. The club was organised because of the fact that the city Is at the pres ent too young to have a Masonic lodge of Its own installed. Saturday, a number of the Gary Ma sons are planning to take the trip to Hudson lake with the Masonic order from South Chicago, who will have their annual outing at that time. It is expected that there will be at least twenty-flve go from Gary. Among them will be President Joseph Coth rey. ATTEMPT MADE TO WREGKJAST TBI Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany Employes Finds Ob struction on the Track. What is believed by the railroad officials to be an attempt to wreck a fas train on the Pennsylvania road, was made known yesterday upon the discovery of several railroad spikes ly ing over the tracks at a point Just south of the Pennsylvania road's work house at Grand Crossing. One of the section hands found the psikes while, going from Ms work to the-.work-housa for his Junch. . The man notified the officials, who at. Once begun a rigid investigation of the af fair, but no arrests were made. A through train starts out of Grand Crossing shortly after 2 o'clock and the railroad spikes were removed a few minutes before the arrival of this train. The officials of the road believe that it was a deliberate attempt to wreck the train. The police think oth erwise, believing that no robber would be bold enough to attempt a daylight robbery by wrecking a train. Theory of "Get Even." Another theory is that an ex-employe had some grievance against the road or its officials, and in an effort to "get even" was willing to wreck a train, which, if it had happened, would have cost the lives of hundreds of passen gers on the train. Two men applied at the superintend ent's office during the morning hours and asked for work. They were told that there was nothing doing in the way of employment, and one of the men became rather abusive and two employes ushered him from the office. The railroad officials believe that it may have been these two men who were responsible for the attempt to wreck the through train. HPOHTAUT LAND DEAL Osterman Manufacturing Company Contemplating Extensive Improvements ( The purchase of thirty acres for $30, 000 by the Ostermann Manufacturing company this week is one of the most important events since the flurry last October. This company is said to be controlled by the Illinois Centrol rail road company and will engage in the building as well as repairing of cars. A large addition is contemplated which will give employment to several hun dred men at once and which may de velop into one of the Calumet region's largest industries. Officials "of the Illinois Central rail road were interviewed over the tele phone yesterday regarding the mat ter but each refused to give out any thing definite. The information that the company would put up a large plant, however, is from an authenic source and this is not denied by the ofH cials although they refuse to discuss the proposed plant. The new factory and repair shops It is said will be on a par with the Illi nois Central shops at Burnside which at the present time are employing over five thousand men. Steel cars will be manufactured at the new plant. FAILS FROM STREET CAR. Joseph Wokowich, S932 Strand ave nue. South Chicago, yesterday after noon fell from a moving street , car at Nietny-first street and superior avenue, The roan's head was laid open by the fal land it was necessary to tako him to the hospital. Stocks Latest Events in the Markets PROVISIONS HEW YORK STOCK MARKET Open High Low Close Atchison ... 8S4 89 88 SStj Am Sugar.. IS3i4 133v8 13Z Am Car 41 42 4l 4 Am Copper.. 82 83 SIT, 3 Am Smelt. .101 1037 101V 102 Anaconda .. 496 4Sa 49 B & 0 92&S, 94 92, 93 Brook R T. . 54Vi 554 54 55 Ches & O 42i 43 42 43 C F & I... 33 344 33 33 Canad Pac..l72Vi 174 172" 173 Erie com 24 24 24 24V Grt North. .133 139'4 lSSg 13s III Central. .1404 140 139 139 LA Nash. ..Ill 111 111 111 M K & T cm Jl 324, 31 32 Mis. Pac 68 68 Vi 68 58 Nat Lead... 89 90 88 89 N Y Cent. ..109 109 108 108 No. Pacific. .143 144 143 143 Ont & W... 42 43 42 42 Peoples Gas. 95 96 95 95 Pennsyl. ...125 12S 125 125 Reading ...125 128 125 127 R I & S 24 24 24 24 Do pfd... 82 82 82 82 Rock Isl pf 37 37 3B 37 So. Pacific.. 95 96 95 95 t. Paul 144 144 143 143 fn. Pacific. .157 158 15 157 U S Steel... 47 47 47 47 Io pfd... 109 110 109 109 Total sales, 543,400. BANK STATEMENT. Reserve Inc. 140.000 139.225 2.390,700 1.478,300 558.800 3,115,200 146,500 Reserve less U. S Inc. Loans Inc. Specie Inc. Legals Dec. Deposits Inc. Circulation Dec, GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET Open High Low Close 95- 95 97- 98 101 102 94 94- 96 96- 101 101- 75 76s 64- 66s 64- 65s 47 48- 48 4S 49 50 76 66 65 48-49 49 49-48 49 50-51 51 Month Wkmt- Sept . Dec. . May . Sept ..76 Dec. ..65- May ..65 OatH Sept . Dec. . Mav . Pork Sept ..1545 Oct. ..1557 I.artl Pept ..942 Oct. ..957 nit- 1555 1542 1547 1562 1550-52 1560s 950 942 950s 960 950 957b 887-90 885 887-90 897 895 895-97 Sept . Oct. . 887 897 H. S. Voorheis, Broker In Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, Cotton and other SecnrUt'es. Stock Quo tations Received ty Ticker Service. Direct Wires to Chicago and the East ROOM 414 HAMMOND BUa. Phone 3641 PHODVtE MARKETS. Butter Receipts, 8,370 tubs; cream ery, extras, 21c; price to retail dealers, 22c; prints, 23c; extra firsts, 19c; firsts, 19c; seconds, 18c; dairies, extra, 19c; firsts, 18c; seconds, 17c; ladles, No. 1. 17c; packing stock, 16c. Eggs Receipts, 8,321 cases; miscel laneous lots, cases returned, 14 c; cases Included, 14(g.l5c; ordinary firsts, 16c; firsts, whitewood oases and must be 40 per cent fresh, 18c; prime firsts, packed in new whitewood cases and must be 60 per cent fresh, 20c; ex tra, specially packed for city trade and must be 80 per cent fresh, 22c. New potatoes Receipts, 10 cars; choice to fancy, 83 85c; fair to good, 7880c Sweet potatoes Virginia, $5.00 per brl. Veal Quotations for calves in good order were as follows: 50 to 60 lb weights, 6&'7c; 60 to 80 lb, 78c; 80 to 100 lbs, 89c. Dressed beef No. 1 ribs, 18c; No. 1 loins. 20c; No. 1 round, 9c; No. 1 chuck, 7c; No. 1 plate, 6c. Live poultry Turkeys, per lb, 14c; chickens, fowls, llc; springs, 15c; roosters, 6e; geese, $4.006.0o; ducks. 9&Uc. California green fruit Plums, 75c $1.80 per crate: nectarines, $1.00(jil.l0 per crate; peaches, 90c $1.35 per box; pears, $1.90i)2.15 per box; grapes, 75u $1.80 per crate. Fruit Apples. $1.00 f? 4.00 per brl; 50c iff $1.25 per bu ; bananas. Jumbo, per bunch. $1.00; straight, $1.1 5tt 1.40; culls, 60c$1.15; bouquets, 705 90c; lemons, $3.2o4.25; oranges, $3.50 Cd 4.50 ; pine apples, ' $2.00 4.50 per crate; peaches, 25cifi$2.25 per crate: 10ff?20c per 8-lb basket; grapes, 2025c per 8-lb basket; pears, $1.00f7 1.50 per bu. Berries Blackberries, 16-qt case, $1 421.40; blueberries, f 1.25641. 85 per 16 qt case; raspberries, red, $1.00 2.00 per 24-qt case; currants, per 16-qt case, 60 75 c. Beans Pea beans. hand picked, choice, $2.502.54: common, $2.00 C$ 2.40 ; red kidneys, $1.70; lower grades, de pending Oti quality, $1.25!. 50; brown Swedish. $2.152.25; off grades, $1.25f 1.50; limas, California, per 100 lb $5.62. Melons Gems. 65c$1.50 per crate; Roekyfords, California, standard crates, $1. 7003.00; pony. $1.50 & 2.00 ; water melons, $150.00 240.00 per car. Green vegetables Beets, 75c per box; cabbage, 50cfl.00 per crate; car rots, 75c per box: cauliflower, 25c$1.25 per box; celery. 15c$1.00 per box; cucumbers. 15f20c per box; garlic, 7c per lb; green onions, 45c per bunch; green peas, $1.00 per bu; horseradish. owe per ouncn; green peas, ji.ou per du; norseraaisn. duc per bunch; let tuce, head, tub, 75c; leaf. tub. 40(ffiKOc: mushrooms, 25a40c per lb: peppers. 75c per crate; parsiey, iuwisc per dor pieplant, 15(fil8c per bunch; radishes home grown, l-2& per 100; string oeans. green, n'woc per du; wax, 60to 75c per box; onions, i5c per bu: snin- ach. 40c per tub; sweet corn, 40 iff 50c per sacK ;tmatoes, iurrrz5e per crate; turnips, 65 75c per sack; watercress 25 35c per basket. LIVE STOCK MARKET. Union Stock Yards, Aug. 8. Hog re ceipts, 17.000 heart; left over, 3.000 head; market shade lower. Light. $6 10 (ft 6.80; mixed, $6.20 (5 6.87; heavy, $6 15 (8t. so; rougn, j.i9W5.4d. Cattle receipts, 300; market unchang ed. Sheep receipts, 1,500; market weak Hogs Cattle Sheen umana ........ i j juy Kansas City ... 6,000 500 Union Stock Yards, Aug. 8. Hogs close 10615c lower. Light, $6. 00116. 70; mixed, $6.10 6.75; heavy, $6.05 Si 6.75; rough, $6.05 6.30. Cattle and sheep weak. 9 Grain and Special Wire to 1 he TIMES GRAIN MARKET. Chicago. Auz. S. Clearances todav: Wheat and flour, 184,000 bu; corn, 12,000 ou; oats, 4,000 bu. Chicago. Aug. 8. Estimates oMndav: Wheat. 253 cars; corn, 150 cars; oats. i cars; nogs. 39,000 head. Chicago. Aug. 8. Carlots todtfv: Wheat. 194. 112. 188; corn. 111, 14, 122; oats, 235, 66, 237. Xerthvrest Cam. Thiswk I-nsf wlr T-ast Tr ruluth 26 58 37 Minneapolis . 62 107 110 Chicago 194 233 297 Primary Market. Recemts. Shin. Wheat, today 745.000 483.000 Last year 1.023.000 849 000 Corn, today 286.000 193.000 Last week 377,000 284,000 Son! hires tc-rn iOfrketn Wheat. Rerplnts. Shir Minn.apolis, today 63,000 68,000 last year, holiday. St. Louis, today 135.000 46.000 Last year, holiday. Kansas City, today ... 241,000 133,000 LOLSt year, holiday. LIVERPOOL MARKET. Liverpool, Aug. 8. Wheat closed f id higher; corn closed d higher. WEATHER FORECAST. Illinois and Indiana Fair tonight and Sunday, except possibly local show ers extreme south tonight; warmer south and central Sunday. HEARD ON THE BOURSE. Ware & Leland We stil believe buy ing of wheats hould be made on small dips. Pringle We still believe in owning some wheat all of the time. Bartlett We cannot construe tha government report other than bullishly. Logan Think the trade in position for o broad and strong wheat market. REAL ESTATETRANSFERS GARY. Lot 21, block 80, Gary Land Co.'s grst subdivision, Morris G. Reiner to Benny Kanter 1 Lot 21, block 80, Gary Land Co.'s first subdivision, Benny Kanter to Anna E. Reiner 1 Lot 5, block 19, Broadway addi tion, Harold E. Hammond to Mary E. Morrison 630 Lot 23, block 35, Gary Land Co.'s first subdivision, Gary Land Co. to Frank W. Barlow 1,680 LIVERPOOL HEIGHTS. Lot 1, block 3, and lot 24, block 2. and lots 3 and 4. block 3, New Chicago Real Estate & In vestment Co. to Ernest Berg- mann 150 ..NEW, CHICAGO. . Lot 23, block 4 in third addition. New Chicago Real Estate & Investment Co. to Victor Itahn 200 Lots 2 and 8, block 3 In third ad dition. New Chicago Real Es tate & Investment Co. to R. Pallvenv . Lots 26 and 27, block 1 in third addition, New Chicago Real Es tate & Investment Co. to F. W. Cherrier 100 Lot 7, block 2 in third addition. New Chicago Real Estate & In vestment Co. to Mrs. C. F. Hud son 60 TOLESTON. Lot 24, block 21, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s fifth addition, William E. Hall to Merino Ignazlo 260 Lot 24, block 15, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s fourth addition, Daniel Kalrnan to LeGrand T. Mever Lot 24, block 15 ,C. T. L. & I. Co.'s fotirth addition, LeGrand T. Meyer to Fescu S. R. Kalrnan.. 1 HAMMOND. Lots 30 and 31, block 7, Rolling Mill addition, Calumet Realty Co. to Louis Peters 150 Lot 4, block 5. BirkholT's addi tion, Blackmun & Ullrich to George Ruby 250 Lots 2, 3 and 4, block 10, North Side addition, Englehardt Ull rich to Lizzie Rose Articles of Incorporation. Articles of Incorporation have " sen filed at the office of Secretary of State for the following companies: Young Hebrew Benevolent Society, Terre Haute; object, distribution of charity; officers, Harry Schimkowltz, president; John Tatelman, secretary; Philip Frandzei, treasurer; Benjamin Swartz and Max Schucara, trustees. Miami County Detective Association, Peru; to catch horse theives; trustees Frank Hostetler, Ctiarles R. Hughes and H. L. Hall. Quick Heater Company. Indianapolis; capital, $25,000; to make and sell in stantaneous water heaters and other supplies; directors, William E. Kurtz, John A. Kurtz and Harmon H. Fulton Notice of registration of label of In ternational Brotherhood of Bookbinders of New York. Heretofore union book binders in Indiana have employed the label of the Allied Printing Trades. Notles of increase of stock from $50, 000 to $60,000 by the Auburn State Bank; Jonas Schloss, vice-president. Indiana Postal Items. Washington, August 7. The super vising architect of the Treasury has accepted the proposal of Ed Henry, con tractor, to make changes in the South Bend postocm screen at an additional expense of $128. The Postofflce Department has accept ed the proposal by the Gary Building Company to lease new postofflce quart ers on the east side of Broadway, cor ner of Fifth avenue, at Gary, Ind., for a term of five years from Aug. 1, 1908, including equipment, heat, light, water and safe. Rural carriers appointed: Batesville, route 3, Harry Borchett, carrier, L. Borchett substitute; Clinton, route 4, William R. Brown carrier, Herman Hedges substitute. Leslie O. Morlan has been appointed postmaster at Elon, Orange county, vice J. F. Jenner, resigned. When yon advert!, yon mast re ember that yo have to reach a class that has the baylax propevmity. That's the class THE TIMES reacbCtfi Sbcr' erne class to that clas CLASSIFIED 4 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. All want ads must be paid for with order or before paper Is issued unless you 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 losing one when a collector has to be sent several miles to collect ten cents. MAI. IS UEI.P WASTKa WANTED Butcher who can talk Pol ish. Address 11. S. W., Lake County Times. 6-3 WANTED Men for the west, from $2 to $5 a day; cheap car fare. Call C. M. Benson, 330 So. Clark .St.. Chi cago. 22-lm WANTED Men who need a good ad vertising medium and who will let us show them that 'I lie Titues is that FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED A competent girl for gen eral housework, in family oi iu, hieh wairps: suburb of Chicago, 3o minutes Irom the Union depot. Ad dress for information, M. A. limes. 8-3 WANTED Girls. We offer to a few intelligent eirls between lb and a years oi age, pleasant and profitable positions as operators at our local ex change. Interesting, attractive work, frequent rest perioas, promotion often and according to ability. An excellent opportunity tor a girl to assist in her own support or to tarn spending mon ey. Apply at tne Manager s oince. Chicago Telephone company. s-J WANTED Folding machine operators who understand quadruple anu. double sixteen machines, automatio feed. Write at once to the Werner company, Akron, O. - WANTED Two first class operators for Dexter folders: stt-ady employ ment and highest wages. Henneberiy Co., 654 Wabash avenue, Chicago. 8-3 WANTED 25 experienced bindery girls at once. The HenneDerry .o., 554 Wabash avenue, near 12th St., Cni cago. 111. 6-3 WANTED A female servant for gen eral housework, who can speak Pol ish. Slavish or Croatian. Apply at George Ravtoskl's saloon. 161st and Melville avenue, tiast cnicago. WANTED Girl for housework. Apply Mrs. Gruen, 143 Douglas. - WANTED Girl for general housework. Address W. II., Lake County Times. 4-tf WANTED Good girl for general housework. Apply 366 South Hoh man street. . 10-tf FOH SAI.K. FOR RENT Three and five furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Sail at 284 Plummer avenue; phone 2o34. S-2 FOR SALE Six year old horse; 1300 lbs; also potato digger; prices right. M. Humphfer; telephone 993 8-6 FOR SALE Monarch typewriter; new; price reasonable. Apply Lake Shore depot. East Chicago,. 7-2 FOR SALE Twin burner gasoline stove and several household articles. Mrs. Elizabeth Miiier, above Beehive store ,ou Oicott avenue, East Chicago. 6-3 FOR SALE One dining room set, in "early English; table, six chairs, buf fet, cellarette and china closet; $100. Address H., Lake County Times. 6- FOR SALE Home, bakery and ice cream parlor for cash at cash price. Mrs. E. J. Rathbunn, 233 Roberts ave nue, Robertsdaie. 5-2w FOR SALE Times are improving. I will sell my grocery store cheap for cash or on time. J. J. Sullivan, Mon roe street and Conkey avenue. 4-tf FOR SALE House with basement, cheap. "Inquire at 819 iSueftield ave nue. 3-3 FOR SALE Furniture, cheap. The store at 405 Sibley street has changed hands. Mrs. H. A. Bixby, proprietor; E. F. O'Toole, manager. 3-6 FOR SALE A three drawer national cash register of the check and slip printing style; in use only six montns. Apply Seehase Hardware Co., Indiana Harbor. 3-tf FOR SALE Six room cottage and 50 foot lot. No. 46 119th St., Roberts dale, R. E. Hubbard. 3-6 FOR SALE Choice cottage and lots in best location in city; caah or easy payments. Phone 324 4 or call 21$ Anu street after 6 oe'lock in thu wening. 15-tf FOR BEXT. FOR RENT Two fiats, 6 rooms; mod ern Improvements; 211 and 213 West State street. Phone 17 4, R. Zimmer man, 13 Forsyth avenue. 8-3 FOR RENT Six room flat, furnished; steam heat, modern improvements. Call at 175 So. Hon man St. 8-3 FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 509 Indiana avenue. 7-6 .T 1 FOR RENT Four room flat. 636 North Hohman street, near C, Lv b. & t. B. railroad. 7-3 FOR RENT New six room brick flat on Carroll street; furnace and all modern conveniences. Apply at 143 Douglas street, upstairs. 6-3 FOR KENT Nice clean six room cot tage. Phone 3203 or call 301 Chi cago avenue. 4-tf FOR RENT Flat of six rooms; all modern improvements. Inquire at 234 Fayette street. 4-5 FOR RENT Space in these columns at your disposal. Try a want ad, try any kind of a throe-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 LOST AND FOCSD FOUND Bunch of keys. Owner can have same by calling at Times ofnee and paying ad charges. 7-tf FOUND Bracelet. Owner can have same by calling at Times office and paying ad charges. 7-tf LOST Bunch of keys with owner's name on ring. Finder please leave at Times office and receive reward. 23- WAXTED TO REST. WANTED To rent five or six room cottage near the center of city; lease riven if desirable; three in family. Address E. A. P., care Times. 24-tf BARTER AND EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE An electric plate outfit for poultry. Address M. P., Times. 5 FOR EXCHANGE A home for an auto or horse and buggy, or motorcycle, or piano in part payment. Address L. L., Times. 5 FOR EXCHANGE Auto, horse and buggy, motorcycle or piano in part payment for a home. Address L. L.. Tinaas, l WANT ADS. HOARDERS WANTED. WANTED -Boarders at the Hubbard House. 222 Fayette street; rates, $4 nd $4.50 per week. 4-6 WANTED TO BUT. WANTED To buy second hand bicy ciea and frames; highest cash pricwj paid. 304 Sibley street. J-U KOTICES. NOTICE: Have cow formerly owned by I eter Dosza in my possession sinca July 15. Will sell at auction Aug. IS unless called for before. John Andtl. 144th and Todd avenue, East Chicago. 6-5 LICENSE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given to the citizens or the City of Hammond, North Town ship, Lake County. Indiana: That the undersigned is a male inhabitant more than twenty-one (21) years of age a resident of said Town and Township and not in the habit of becoming in toxicated: that he has been a continu ous resident of said Township for more than ninety (90) days last past: that he will apply to th Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, State of Indiana, at their regular September Term, 190S. for a license to sell intoxi cating liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time and permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold; that he will also ask permission to sell tobacco, soft drinks and lunch In connection therewith; and that the premises where he desires to sell said Intoxicating liquors is described as fol lows, to-wlt: The ground floor front room of the one-story frame building, with living rooms in the rear, and situated on lot 30, block 2, in L. E. Hohrnan's addition 10 iiammona. Lake County, Indiana. 10 LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of the City of Hammond, North Town ship, Lake County, Indiana: That the undersigned Is a male Inhabitant more than twenty-one (21) years of age. a resident of said Town and Township and not in the habit of becoming in toxicated; that he has been a continu ous resident of said Township for more than ninety (90) days last past; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Stata of Indiana, at their regular September Term. 1908, for a license to sell intoxi cating liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time and permit the sama to be drank on the premises where sold; that he will also ask permission to sell tobacco, soft drinks and luncn in connection therewith: and that tha premises where he desires to seli sai l intoxicating liquors is described as fol lows, to-wlt: The ground floor front room of the two-story frame building, situated on lot 4, block 2 In Morris addition to tha city of Hammond, Lake county, Indi ana. There are living rooms in the rear and above. 8 Signed, MIKE CVIJANAVICH. LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of the City of Hammond, North Town ship, Lake County, Indiana: That the undersigned is a male Inhabitant more than twenty-one (21) years of age. a resident of said Town and Township and not in the habit of becoming in toxicated; that he has been a continu ous resident of said Township for more than ninety (90) days last past; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County. State of Indiana at their regular September Term, 1908, for a license to sell in toxicating liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time and permit the same to be drunk on the premises where sold; that he will also ask per mission to sell tobacco, soft drinks and lunch in connection therewith; and that the premises where he desires to sell said intoxicating liquors is describ ed as follows, to-wit: One-story frame building, living rooms in rear, situated on lot 11, block 2, Morris addition. ... g Signed. ERNEST GOLLNlCtf. Oar Retb4 of advancing mon ey oo Pianos, Furniture, Horsss, Wagons, eta. will Interest you. We will treat your inquiry as strictly confidential. Our rates are more satisfactory tlLan tbose In South Chicago. HAMMOND LOAN & GUARANTEE CO. 140 IO. HOHXAJT STREET. Phone SS7. Over Model Clothiers. Open evenings except Wednes days aad Thursdays. rnwun i in W'j'J.Jj1 1 SgV1 SB. 11- JILL iuui aniiiMi tm iiiawnr. in.Hfcim-.i rum There Is Comfort WHET A MAJT'S SALARY STOTS : Through sickness, failure et hts ctti ; ployer, or a suapraslen of business, to ; feel fbst yo hare semrthlaK to fall back o In y.nr hor of trouble. Pot a small ( each week la faa-o la a Ced, reliable saTtncs hank, , like the Citizens German National Bank OHB DOLLAR STARTS ACCOUNT. A SAVI.XCS Beet ulpped Repair Shop ta the Elate 0. W. HVHTEB AUTOMOBILE GARAGE Compressed Air PRESS Bowser Gasoline System tl S. UOBSAN STREET Phone Ztt. Huehn Block. Hiaa4, ff HOWARD STEVENS, Op a fos Contracts. 1 Painting, Paper Hanging and Decorating. GRAIXIXG A SPECIALTY. My Motto: Coot Work. 183 State Line Street, - Btraanl, Telephone 1681. ' SB ALL TALK ABOTT PUBLICITY IS GREEK TO YOU" I" LESS YOU AD VERTISE OCCASIONALLY. If) S-