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Saturday, 'August 15, 1903.
OVER THE TEA GUPS tf?
VISIT IX ILLINOIS.
' Misses Katherine and Lienore Shaw
and Eirdle Housley will go to DeWltte,
111., to spend a two weeks' vacation with
relatives and friends.
GOES EAST OX BUSINESS.
Miss Margraret Rohrman left today
for New York City where she Koes on
a few weeks' business visit.
WKDDIXK CELEBRATIOX. '
Miss Janet Blackburn and Alfred
I'ewall left Hammond this morlning on
the 8:48 for Piano, 111., where they will
be married tomorrow. The wedding
will take place at the Piano Methodist
church, the llev. Moor, pastor of the
rhurch officiating at the service. The
ivrmony will be very simple and only
the, relatives of the young couple will
tie present. Miss Illaekburn will be at
tended by Miss Winifred Sewall of
Kankakee, 111., a sister of the groom
and Mr. "F. Mason will attended the
groom as best man. Following the
ceremony the young couple will leave
for Wisconsin to spend a few weeks'
vacation, after which th-y will return
to Chatworth, 111., to make their home.
The bride'wore a brown tailored travel
ing gown and a large white picture
hat.
The bride is the. eldest daughter of
D. W. Blackburn of this city and until
recently has been employed as stenog
rapher in the C, I. & S. It. It. office at
Gibson. Mr. Sewall is a prominent
young business man in Chatworth, but
lias many friends in Hammond where
he has often visited. Both young peo
ple will receive the congratulations of
a large number of friends.
MISSIOXAHY SOCIETY IKETS.
The Missionary Society of the First
Presbyterian church met yesteradj' af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. M. Euh
stadt in Webb street, and the members
enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon's
program. There was a good attendance
of' members for a summer session and
at the close of the program dainty re
freshments were served. The following
was the program:
Song Devotional Mrs. Susan Wood
Paper "Alaska". Mrs. S. V. Wiley
Paper "Sitka" Mrs. II. F.Melkle
Paner "Juneau" ... .Mrs. F. C. Deming
Paper: : "The Hydahs" Past and
Present Mrs. W. A, Stout
Solo Selected. . .Mrs. L. Li Bomberger
Paper "Haines Hospital". .Mrs. Hower
Benediction.
ATTEM) AVEDDIXG.
D. AV. Blackburn and daughter, Misa
Anna will go to Piano, 111., tomorrow
to attend the wedding of Miss Janet
Blackburn and Alfred Sewall.
man avenue, will be married tomorrow
at 12 o'clock at Piano, 111., to Alfred
Sewall. The couple will reside in
Chatsworth, 111., after the first of Sep
tember. Mr. Mlackburn leaves tonight
to attend the ceremony, accompanied
HAS CilEST FROM ABROAD.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kaufman and Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Wolf are entertaining
Mrs. Holtzman of Germany, for a few
weeks at their home in Hammond.
Mrs. Holtzman is a sister of Mrs. Kauf
man and Mr. Wolf. Mrs. Holtzman ar
rived in New York a week ago but has
been visiting relatives in the East snce
her arrval here. She wll probably re
main in Hammond two weeks..
LEAVES FOR THE WEST.
Mrs. Vola Smiley and daughter. Miss
Fay of Conkey avenue, expect to leave
this evening for Salt Lake City to spend
a few weeks' vacation.
Holed Out and
Pulled the Hole
In After Them.
notable places,
for two weeks.
He expects to be gone
ATTEXDS CHICAGO FAHTY.
Mrs. J. B. Clark of Douglas avenue
a'ttended a paty at the home of Mrs.
W. D. Clark in Englewood yesterday.
HETIRXS FROM VISIT.
Miss Maud Shea is expected home to
day from a few weeks' visit with
friends and relatives in Grand Haven,
Mich.
Up to about 1S69 the Mammoth Cave
of Kentucky was widely advertised by
its owner. But the owner died that
year and left the cave to thirteen heira
scattered over the country. The lucky
thirteen devoted themselves to dreama
of spending the big income which the
cave had been earning for many years
because it had been advertised. But
they forgot to keep up the advertising.
Now the cave is visited by compara
and there was a large attendance of tively few persons instead of by many
memoers present, ine regular uusmess
HETIRXS FROM HOCSE PARTY.
Miss Mary Krost has returned to her
home in Doty street from a pleasant
house party, given by Miss Ruth Baker
at her home in Greencastle, Ind., Miss
Baker was formerly teacher of German
in the high school here. Miss Krost
was also the guest of Miss Plaster, a
niece, of the Rev. H. M. Plaster of this
city at her home in Danville.
The Ginger Jar
HAVE FISH SI 1'PER.
The members of Hammond Temple
No. 73, Pythian Sisters, will enjoy a
picnic at the Lake Front this afternoon
and a fish supper. A large number of
the ladies expected to go and are an
ticipating a pleasant time.
HOI. I) EXJOYABI.E MEETIXG.
The regular meeting of the Hammond
Temple No. 73. Pythian Sisters, was
held last evening in the IC. of U. hall
AIIE EXJOYIXG VISIT.
Friends have heard from Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Linz and Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Turner and Miss Eleanor Linz,
who are visiting at Wall lake, Mich.,
that they are enjoying their stay there
immensely. The time is Deing syna
bathing and fishing.
HETIRXS FROM VISIT.
Miss Jennie Sheffield has returned
from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs.
Louis Suess of Milwaukee.
HETIRXS FROM MICHIGAN.
Mrs. E. M. Shanklin and children are
expected back the first of next week
from Detroit, Mich., where they have
been visiting relatives and rrienas ior
a few weeks.
was disposed of early in the evening
when refreshments were served. A
guessing contest was one of the pleas
ing features of the evenig at which
Miss Ethel Wolf won the honors.
AVI LI. CROSS THE IAKE.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McAleer and chil
dren and their guest, Mrs. Agar, of Val-
paraiso, will cross the lake to Holland,
Mich., tomorrow and spend the day.
thousands annually, as in the days
when it was advertised.
But the great cave conveys a lesson
to every business man. If you quit
advertising, your place will be ignored
by the public even more than Mam
moth Cave Is ignored, because you art
not even a natural curiosity.
See the point?
Marie and other points in northern
IOXCLIDE VISIT HERE.
Mrs. Charles Daugherty and children Michigan, and Owensound, Canada
returned to their home in Crown Point
this morning after a few days' visit
with Mrs. Daughetry's sister, Mrs.
Morton Gates of Hammond.
ENTERTAIN AT DANCE. I
Invitations have been issued by the
members of the H. H. S. club for a mid
summer's .night dancing party to be
given in Long's hall, Friday evening,
Aug. 21. Dancing will begin at 8:30.
LEAVES OX VACATION".
Mr. Gehring, manager of the shoe
department in the E. C. Mlnas depart
ment store will leave Monday for a
week's visit with relatives and friends
in Lafayette, Ind.
SOITH HEM) IS STARTLED.
There is strife in South Bend society,
between several prominent families. A
guest at a fashionable society gather
ing missed a diamond designed to be
adjustable to a broch, bracelet or ring.
She left it in a hand bag. She called
up the hostess and was informed that
it had not been found. She appealed
to the police, who went to work arid
advised the loser to make no fuss. The
hostess, it Is charged was found at a
fashionable jewelry store trying to get
the diamond reset. As a result of the
scandal one family may move to Chi
cago. HERE FROM THE EAST.
Miss Helen Nunn of New York City is
the guest of Mrs. Margaret Hastings
and daughters. Misses Anna and Gon
evive of State street. Miss Nunn ex
pects to be here about a month.
RETI BV FROM VISIT.
Mrs. Dave Hirsch and children have
returned to their home in South Hoh
man street, after visiting relatives and
friends in Hamilton. Ind. Mrs. Hirsch
lias bven gone about a week and tiie
children, Lucian and Ethel, have been
gone a month.
ATTEND PICNIC.
Several people from out of town are
here today to attend the picnic at
Douglas park, given" by the congrega
tion of ,-All Saints Catholic church.
LEAVES OX VACATION.
Miss Beatrice Hansen of The Times,
leaves today for Paw Paw, Mich., where
she will spend ten days in company
' with her sister. Miss Marie Hansen of
Crown Point. The Misses Hansen will
cross the lake tonight. Miss Hansen's
place will be filled by Miss Ona Smalley
who has kindly consented to act as
Miss Hansen's substitute in her absence.
VISIT RELATIVES.
Mrs. E. C. Mlnas and children and
Mrs. Keefer left this morning on the
8:10 Erie for North Manchester, Ind.,
to be the guest of relatives and friends
for a few weeks.
ENJOYS VACATION.
Miss Anna Kruse of Doty street will
leave Hammond Monday for points In
Wisconsin to spend a three week's va
cation. Miss Kruse will visit at Madi
son, Fond du Lac and The Dells.
FAREWELL TO DR. SCIIELL.
RETI RXS FROM THE WEST.
Miss Bertha Hansen will return home
tomorrow evening from a three weeks
visit with friends at Denver, Colorado
Springs and Albia, Iowa.
ATTEND VVASHBVRX COLLEGE.
Will Evers, a graduate of the 1908
class from the Hammond high school,
expects to leave early in September to
enter Washburn college at Topeka,
Kan. Mr. Evers' grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Lyons, live in Topeka
and it was also the home of the Evers
family before coming to Hammond
VISIT IN MICHIGAN.
Misses Marie and Beatrice Hansen of
Rlmbach avenue left this evening for
Dr. E. A. Schell, formerly pastor of Paw Paw and Lake Mich..
the First Methodist Episcopal church to spen(i their vacations.
in Lal'orte, who leaves in a lew aays
to accept the presidency of Wellesley
college at Mt. Pleasant, la., was given
a farewell last evening. Addresses were
made by Rev. E. D. Daniels, Prosecutor
R, N. Smith, M. R. Sutherland, Harry
B. Darling, Edward Molloy and Rev.
II. J. Tonjes Michigan City Dispatch.
CHURCH
SE
EES
Briefs.
WILL VISIT FRIENDS HERE.
Mrs. James Solnar, formerly Miss
Alice Hack of Crown Point, but now
of Davenport, la., is expected here next
week to be the guest of friends for a
few days. Mrs. Solnar will also visit
relative sin Crown Point and attend
the fair.
WILL VISIT IN HAMMOND.
Mrs. David Wilmer and daughter,
Lilv of Barrington. 111., will be the
guest of Mrs. Otto Muehberger, 443
Russell street for a few days next
week.
VISITS IN HEXTOX HARBOR.
Misses Marie Stout has gone to Ben
ton Harbor, Mich., to be the guest of
Miss DeEtta Curray for a few days.
VISITS IN AKROX, O.
Miss Estella Russell is spending a
few weeks with relatives in Akron, O.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. E. Russell expect to
leave next week for a short visit there.
RETURN'S FROM BCSINESS TRIP.
Otto Knoezer, president of the Cham
pion Potato works, returned yesterday
from a two weeks' business trip
through some of the western states.
Mr. Knoezer reports the crop outlook
as very favorable and was highly satis-
fled with his business results. Some
of the states he visited were Nebraska,
Kansas, Colorado, the Dakotas, and
Minnesota.
WILL RETI RN HOME.
Misses Friedman will return to their
home in Fort Wayne. Ind... Sunday af
ter a pleasant visit with relatives here.
Mrs. Abe Marks will return with them
for a few weeks' visit in Fort Wayne
and Rome City, Ind.
POSITION IX GARY.
Miss Margaret Groom of Williams
street lias .secured a position as sten
ographer in Mr. Call's office in Gary.
Attorney W. J. McAleer was in
Crown Point today on business.
WILL RESIDE HERE.
Manager D. M. Nye of Towles Opera
House, and wife, of LaPorte. Ind., are
to take up their abode in Hammond and
will move here next week. They will
have apartments at the Hotel Ma
jestic for the present.
AVEDDIXG OF MISS BLACK HL RN.
Miss Janet Blackburn, the eldest
daughter of D. M. Blackburn, 55S Tru-
A It E IN MICHIGAN.
Mrs. Helen Amoss and son, Martin
of Williams street have gone to Lud
dington. Mich., to remain a few weeks
with relatives and friends.
WILL VISIT HERE ON RET CRN.
RETURN FROM MILWAUKEE.
The Rev. and Mrs. Theo. Claus and
family returned home yesterday from
a visit with friends in Milwaukee.
RETURNS TO WORK.
Miss Mary Sparks will resume her
duties as clerk in Ruhstadt's store Mon
day morning, after a two weeks' vaca
tion spent at her home here and in
Chicago.
RETURNS TO WORK,
Miss Elizabeth Fehrlng will resume
her duties at Ruhstadt's store Monday
morning after a two weeks' vacation
spent with friends in Chicago and
Dyer.
LEAVES ON VACATION.
Mrs. W. J. Johnson leaves this even
ing on her vacation, which she will
spend with her mother, Mrs. Glrardot,
at" her home in Chicago.
CONCLUDES VISIT HERE.
Mrs. Nels Jacobson of Valparaiso,
who has been visiting relatives in this
city, left for Michigan City, to be the
guest of friends there for a few days.
Mrs. Mattie Bonney will be the guest
of friends In Chicago over Sunday.
LEAVES ON VACATION.
Misses Annie Fleischer, Augusta
Kuhn and Emma Faul left Hammond
this afternoon for Milwaukee, where
they will spend a few days, after which
they will go to Sheboygan, Wis., to
remain a few weeks.
IN MEMORIAM.
Trout In loving remembrance of our
THE TIMES COOK BOOK
Wilbur Riggs. formerly of Hammond dearly beloved son and brother, Henry,
who died August 16, 1907:
We shall meet, but, oh, we miss you;
You have passed from earth away.
And our hearts are aching sorely
As we think of you, dear Henry.
By our fireside sad and lonely,
Memory's thoughts will not be stilled.
But God's lesson must be studied
In His love this task. He's willed.
Sweetly sleep, beloved brother,
On your Savior's loving breast;
Earthly toil for him Is over;
God gives His beloved rest.
From his loving parents and sis
ters.
but now of Chicago, will be the guest
of Hammond friends Thursday on his
return home from an extended tour of
Wisconsin. Mr. Riggs is touring Wis
consin in a machine with a party of
relatives and has had a very delightful
summer.
RETURNS SUNDAY.
Miss veda Hemstock is expected
home Sunday from an extended visit
with relatives and friends in Sault Ste.
TOMATO SAUCE.
For every half can of tomatoes, 1 cup water, 2 cloves, 2 allspice
berries, 2 peppercorns,, 1 teaspoon mixed herbs, sage, marjoram, savory
and a bay leaf, 2isprigs parsley, 1 tablespoon chopped onion, 1 tablespoon
butter, 1 heaping"" tablespoon corstarch, 1 teaspoon salt and a salt
spoon of white pepper. Put tomatoes, water, spices herbs and parsley
boil in a saucepan. Fry onion in butter until yellow, being careful not
to brown or scorch; add cornstrach to it,: stir until perfectly smooth.
Simmer tea minutes, add salt and pepper, then strain, and it is ready.
Be are to est oat this recipe as a pule It 1b a blank book or oa m
to dally
VISITS IN THE WEST.
John Idzorek, manager of the gents'
clothing department in the Lion store,
will leave tomorrow morning for a' visit
with relatives in Kansas. From there
he will go to Colorado and take in
Denver, Colorado Springs and other
CARD OF THANKS. '
We wish to express our slncerest
thanks to all relatives and friends who
have so faithfully assisted us in our
bereavement of late, especially the
Eagles and local bartenders union for
their most elaborate flora! offerings.
JOHN WALTER XSV FAMILY.
Mrs. Nassel and her son Were in
Chicago shopping yesterday.
F. O. Hodson of Gray, was in Ham
mond today on business.
Conrad Peterson of aEst Gary was in
Hammond today on business.
Charles Whitestein went to his home
In Michigan City today to remain over
Sunday.
Miss Carrie Gruszka has returned
from a few days visit with friends in
Chicago.
T. n Wartena. of Toleston was in
Hammond yesterday on business.
Walter Miller transacted business in
Crown Point today.
Mr. and Mrs. Demmons of Merrill
ville, Ind., were visitors in Hammond
today.
When your shoes need (repairing,
phone 267. Quick Shoe Repair Works.
adv.-8-13-4t.
Mr find Mrs. William SchultZ of
Lansing were in Hammond shopping to
day.
James Ortt was in Chicago today on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Reuss of East
rhiratro visited friends In Hammond
last evening.
Mr. Heineman of Chicago was here
yesterday afternoon on business.
Mrs. Cora Lincoln, Mrs. H. V. Parry
of Crown Point, and Mrs. E. Lusk of
Minneapolis, Minn., are the guests of
Mrs. Percy A. Parry, 44 Warren street
today.
Constipation and indigestion are
twins. They kill people, inch by Inch
sap lire away every uay. iwnnin
Rock Mountain Tea will remove the
cause and drives the disease away. 35
enta Tea or Tablets. Negele, the
Druggist.
Mrs. E. W. Agar of Valparaiso is here
to remain over Sunday with Mrs. W. J
McAleer of Webb street.
Mrs. Harry Carr and little son
Thomas, of Chicago, will be the guests
nf Mr and Mrs. William Hasse and
family of Sibley street tomorrow.
S. Guerner will spend Sunday with
friends in Chicago.
Attorney T. M. C. Hembroff of In
diana Harbor was in Hammond today
on business.
Miss Grace Ducomb went to Chicago
this mornlne to SDend Sunday with
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dudley are
spending the day visiting in Chicago.
Miss Mable Ward is visiting in Chi
cago today. j
Miss Johnson of Toleston was the
guest of Miss Anna Blackburn today.
Mrs. Wheeler went to Monon, Ind.,
this morning to spend several days
with relatives and friends.
Men always love to see a girl
With a dandy clear complexion,
Rocky Mountain Tea's the stuff
That gives it to perfection.
Negele, the Druggist.
Mrs. Burge of Crown Point is spend
ing a few days with relatives In Ham
mond. Misses Harned and Pickens of Chi
cago will spend Sunday with friends In
Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilman of East Chicago
will be the guests of friends in Ham
mond tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison of Chi
cago will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Robinson of State street Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mentz of Windsor
Park will visit relatives in this city
tomorrow.
Miss Clara Hasse has returned from
a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs.
Harry Carr, in Chicago.
G. H. Jacobson and sister. Miss Vir
ginia Jacobson, are visitors in Chicago
today.
The most reliable system renovater;
restores vitality, regulates the kidneys
and system. Recommended by your
druggist as the best. Such is Hollister's
Rock Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Tea or
Tablets. Negele, the Druggist.
Raymond Knoff of Chicago, will
spend Sunday with friends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Seckinger and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walker of Chi
cago will Be tne guest oi Mrs. vjiio
Muehlberger of Russell street over
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barrett of Summer
street left for Clinton, 111., where they
will remain a few days the guests of
relatives.
Charles Demmerling of Chicag will
be the guest of his relatives in this
city over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Johnson wH
Dr. Otto Xegrelr made a tour of in
spection of the Chicago, Lake Shore &
South Bend Railway yesterday and
went as far as South Bend. "Nothing
like it," Doc says, and you can go as
far as you like with that statement.
Wo to the evil doer who falls into
the hands of the Crown Point vigilance
committee. It is composed of Guy
Clark, Joe Young. Vernon Parry and
Clayton Root. 'Nuf sed.
If the l.uke Front Park continues
with the game it has been playing of
late, it will be known as the place of
near drownings.
It JuM wnu as though old Jupiter
Pluvlus can't pull off a stunt in Lake
county without St. John pushing a fat
hay barn and a head of cattle in his
way.
I'ete I.joiih is going about these days
with" an "I told you so" smile on his
face, relative to the South Hohman
street bids. And Pete Davis will have
to buy the cigars.
You can't blame John McGarry much
for offering the resolution in the Busi
ness Men's Club putting the kibosh on
donations for programs. Being a Jew
eler and a good fellow, the various pro
moters also wanted to make a fall guy
of him.
Did you ever notice in the list of
picnic prizes that the largest family al
ways gets a barrel of flour?
Jim Watfion, candidate for governor.
had a bad fall from an automobile last
Thursday. Now who will deny that
Watson fell down in his campaign?
Only a few more days and we'll read
how Laura Fay won that 2:35 pace at
Crown Point.
JuM an we predicted, George Emmer
ing wants to move to Texas bag and
baggage. His friends will please take
the hint and touch him for all he's
worth and thus prevent him from get
ting out.
Lump of South Chicago is said to be
in a peck of trouble with the police
e Chotmens know what there Is in a
name.
Spenklntc of what's in a name, what's
the matter with Conn of Elkhart?
St. Patrick certainly wore a frown to
day for the All Saint's picnic The Irish
hero must have forgotten when he was
young.
Springfield behaved about as bad
yesterday as when the legislature Is in
session there.
Poor State street! Jerusalem could
have looked no worse after the destruc
tion.. And the business men find no
words to express their disgust.
Gary today entertained the best peo
ple from Lake County the farmers.
The content in the Lake County Fire
men s association Is still on In the
newspapers.
Dr. Wets is becoming pretty well ac
quainted with his automobile. It
seemingly Is very gentle, just like Doc,
nevertheless he had to get under it the
other day for repairs. Now he says
that if he had to. let go of either the
horse or the machine, he would keep
the horse. ,
Flrat Baptist church There will be
services at the First Baptist church
next Sunday morning or evening. An
announcement will be published later
just what date the services will be held.
St. Paul's Lutheran rhurch, 117 Clin
ton street, Theo. Claus, pastor.
German service at 10 a. m.
Ladies' Aid society at 3 p. m.
No evening service.
Junior League, Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
First Methodist Episcopal church,
Rev. Wm. F. Switzer, pastor; residence,
117 Russel street.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Public worship and sermon, 10:45 a.
Public worship and sermon, 10:45 a. m.
Subject: "Lessons from the Vine and
the Branches."
The South Homewood Sunilny school
will be held at Mrs. Celia Abbotts on
Jackson street, at 3 o'clock.
Ep worth League, 6:45 p. m.
Theme: "Religious Instruction a So
cial Necessity."
Mr. J. W. Reed, leader.
Evening church service, 7:30. Sub
ject: "Devouring Beasts That Infast
the Land."
WEST HAMMOND.
Misses Bord and Icy I Lutes of; 127
Evertt street are spending their vaca
tion with friends and relatives in North
Judson and Royal Center.
A. Steinkraut of 124 Grordon street
is recovering from an attack of ty
phoid fever.
Misses Mattie and Lily Bond of 215
State street went to the city yester
day morning in order to be present at
a party given by a merry crowd of
friends in the evening.
Quite an amusing show was fur
nished the people living on Gordon
street, last night, which laid the "mov
ing picture" show in the shade com
pletely. Two neighbors got into a fra
cas over some chickens and some
naughts things were said on both sides
of the fence. Clubs were in evidence
anil very blood-curdling threats were
made, but after the battle was over
and the smoke cleared away, no dead
bodies or gore was found on the battle- ,
field. Maylic Barney Johnson's appear
ance on the scene had something to do
with the quiet ending of the fierce
struggle.
CURES ECZEMA QUICKLY.
Christian church All services at the
tabernacle. Calumet avenue and Sum
mer street.
Bible study, 10 a. m.
Communion service, 1 1 a. m.
Sermon, 11 :15.
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
Evange'istic service, 7:30.
Orchestra practice, Tuesday evening.
Ladies' societies, Thursday afternoon.
Band practice, Friday evening.
All are cordially invited to attend
and any and all services.
First Baptist church Members of the
Sunday school of the First Baptist
church will have charge of the service
irt the church,' Sunday evening at 8 p.
m. Following is the program:
Chorus Ladies voices.
Opening hymn.
Prayer.
Baptist orchestra.
Mixed chorus.
Recitation. Miss Miama Ortt
Selection Quartette
Song Infant class
Recitation Edna Anderson
Address. .Sunday School Superintendent
Selection Baptist Orchestra
Recitation The Maiden Martyr
Elizabeth Reynolds
Mixed chorus.
Song Miss Buettner's class
Recitation .Miss Ruth Carter
An alderman who lives on the -north
side has the understanding that the
North Side Improvement Association
will clear away the underbrush.
First Presbyterian church You will
have a good chance to hear about "Boy
City" at the First Presbyterian church
tomorrow.
Elliot Conroy and Norman Bridge,
who are just home from a delightful
camping trip with Judge Brown at
Boy City, will tell, at the Presbyterian
church at 10:45 Sunday morning of
their good times enjoyed at the na
tional citizen factory, and how they are
planting to go again next .year.
rtev. anooK ai me same service win
give another illustrated short talk to
girls and boys. The theme being: "One
of the Goodies of Long Ago."
be the guest of relatives in Englewood
tomorrow.
Miss Mary Roach will go to Chicago
this afternoon to visit relatives over
Sunday.
The Misses Borchart will be the guest
of relatives in Lansing, 111., over Sun
day. Mrs. Mat Boney has been spending
a few days with friends and relatives
in Crown Point:
Miss Ethel Hoffman has gone to
Rochester. Ind., to visit relatives and
friends for a few days.
Miss Lena Eissenhut will go to Elgin,
111., to be the guest of relatives and
friends for several days.
Miss Murrill Wilcox has returned
from a few days' visit with friends in
Evanston, III.
Earl DeCa'mp of Crown Point was the
guest OI irienas in mis cny iiiursuaj.
Rov Casev will be the guest of
friends in Englewood.
PUGS AT CEDAR LAKE.
Danny Goodman, who is ging to fight
Ad Woltrast of Milwaukee, has in
vaded Lake county with his trainers
and lias gone to Cedar Lake on the Mo
tion where he has secured training
quarters. Walter Parker is also there
getting fit for his fight with Jimmy
Clabby of Hammond.
New Drag, Poslam, Now Obtainable la
Small Quantities.
Since its discovery one year ago, tho
new drug, poslam, has successfully
cured thousands of chronic cases of
eczema and other distressing akin
afflictions. Heretofore poslam has been
dispensed solely for the benefit of ec
zema patients in large Jars sufficient
for a month's treatment. This was
to be an inconvenience to many thous
ands who use it for minor akin troubles,
such as pimples, blackheads, herpes,
scaly scalp, complexion blemishes. Itch
ing feet, piles, etc., which require but
a small quantity to cure. The over
come this, and in response to urgent
appeals, the dispensers of pcslam have
been obliged to adopt, iii addition to
the regular two-dollar paokjsge, a spe
cial fifty-cent size, which In future may
be found on sale at J. W. Wels' acd
other leading drug stores in Hammond
or may be ordered direct from the Em
ergency Laboratories, No. 32 West 25tll
street. New York City. In all etxtema
cases poslam stops itching with first
application, and proceeds to heat Im
mediately; chronic cases being cured
In two weeks. In less seriou3 sklo
troubles, results are seen after an ever
night application.
Samples for experimental purposes
may still be had, free of charge, by
writing to the laboratories for them.
LOST A chance to dispose of a bar
gain by not advertising in these
columns.
First Presbj-terian church, South Hoh
man street. Rev. J. Eugene Snook, pastor.
10:45 a. m. Illustrated sermon to
children Topic: "One of the Godies of
Long Ago."
Reports from "Boy City" by Norman
Bridge and Elliot Conroy.
Vocal solo "I Think When I Read
the Sweet Story of Old."
Prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m., every
Wednesday.
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Had rteached Her Limit.
"Mamma," exclaimed four-year-old
Dorothy one day, "I'm bo full of hap
piness that I couldn't be happier un
less I was bigger."
When you build a home, built it sub
stantially. We will return to dust; let
us erect edifices to last for all time.
What better tribute or heritage can
one leave their descendants or country
than splendid structures that will last
for rirres?
WHITE BROS.
CONCRETK BLOCKS FOR ALL BUILD
ING PURPOSES.
See l"s Before Purchasing.
PHONE 3132. RES. 419 CEDAR ST.
GRAND EXCURSION OIN
C. C & L. R. R.
$1.50 to Peru and return.
$2.00 to Marlon and Return.
$2.25 to IVIuncie and return.
SATURDAY IN I OUT, AUGUST IS, IQ08.
Train leaves from C. C. & L. depot, Hammond, at 10-36 p. m. Tickets
good to return until train No. 2, Monday, August 17, 1908., arriving in
Hammond at 5:36 p. m.
further Information and tickets of
C. W. HEIMBACH, Agt, 151 S. Hohman St.
Office phone 1HOI. Res. phono 4494.
Articles of Incorporation-
Articles of incorporation were filed
today at the office af Secretary of State
for the following:
The Blackford Construction Company
of Montpelier; capital stock, $10,000; di
rectors, John S. Cloud. B. M. Cloud and
Catherine Cloud.
Yeoman Cemetery, no capital stock;
Delmar I). Clark, William C. Misner and
Berry K. Goslee.
The Mission of Conrad; to dissemi
nate the principles of Christlanty; R.
M. Conrad, Jenne M. Conrad, A. Thomp
son. Farmers' Mutual Uve Stock Insur
ance Association, of Osslan; Georfre W.
I.eckner, L. F. Snyder, J. S. Kenson.
Dining Late and Long.
In Sir Algernon West's early days
society often dined late and long, and
the late Lord Clanwilllam once told
him of one occasion when he dined at
a friend's villa near Putney and the
meal did not begin until eight o'clock.
When they at last rose from the
table and went to their rooms. Lord
Clanwilllam flung open his window
and saw the haymakers coming into
the field. "I wonder," he thought,
"what hour they begin work," and on
consulting his watch he found it was
8:30. The haymakers were returning
to work from their breakfast. Tit-Bits.
B A STAR & McOARRY
the Jewelers
175 S. Hohman Street
Are offering special low prices on all watches to reduce stock.
It Is worth your while to look them over.
Ladies' Gold Filled Watches with Elgin or Waltham
movement, guaranteed 20 years -
Gentlemen's Gold Filled Watches with Elgin or Wal
tham movement, guaranteed 20 years -
$10
$9
All clean, new stock, fully guaranteed. We are a little over
stocked with watches and want to reduce.
Get Some Enjoyment Now.
Don't pin your happiness on futures
Get Bomc fun nw. and get it auick.
USE A OAS RANGE
and keep your Kitchen Cool
DURING AUGUST
the hot weather month.
South Shore Gas & Electric Co.
Phone 10. 147 S. Hohman SL

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