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BAKERS3325! 1 - 1 BREAI 3 Ihe food drink without a fault Made of high jjrade cocoa beans skil fully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is deli cious, the natural flavor of the cocoa bean. y u o l n u iiii bears this trade- M& niark and is WALTER BARES r CO. Ltd. DORCHESTER J J ASS. (j 1 1 1 J1 ! U S- PAT. Off, Established 1730 b 2 v H r "V if-' C : vT 3; .M. K n.t. Hurt 1:1 f ('."in." ! --l.ir.t- you ohul; lie. "Ash Can uiT K :t .Novak mill lt Sunday, Mn.rch 4, "Win. y. now Ci-.-K't ilirill'-r. ' Ph.' Hhv- cf u: .1: 'I - new l'o 1 u 1. 'in 1 -' t i .1 : r-'.in 1 ...!-." j K-i- 1 A u ; ( ' KiftV"- -ii i"?TnilriiVir riinf''t',riir E vis .: 17 t 1 1 w 1. 1 ):iu: : ! ! 11 I .'I In M . "lit-"- l'l ;l : 1: - :nJ'.. lli HI Liiiul'l. A III L, can w," Tnt 'T I.'IV k ! l's Slr-v'i . .T;.!:!:-S , :i . I w!1. i',; Catlio": T! . r jVF t!er than !:., b.AeJ by the Wo.W, U rtK- AT??pi i rr;vl! a n - a;-, ! 1Y a.- V-'- A ' 7 I ;! I. ii.. ii r i . i 1:1"'' Whiting Ii iv.is r - War: And Its I i ' r - 1 l;c-l ! of i IlifV una i.':!vard. f 'Tl ?ALK-Mo can' abi.'iil Arri 1' 605 I n 1 i - room hnuse; va . .1. K. llr-Min. avp. "V l:!tins. n Inl..-na Li:ip.bir Tk Xorih f..... n-.l...rt. of Vvi;ii;r,p an i Ii !? riIa!. ?! i v huiMuic ' ' fin to ,-n j rnts before b ins ieii Con: ins to Princs Tho; ! and Tu5.hv, Mroh f'reaericn. in "T;;e I : n r X- t'i.,7! o h o . A.lv. i L'ho r. :":c . TC Allia pp : :r iinri. On th- ir v.ny :, : i v.a!Uinr alotiir t'.io Lsk s;-..n tr.-iokf; R-ar Tn.llani llirbcr ivl s.n-A a s;: 'ir hv the rai'r.'ml n- n. f-tniviinjr r-n a iijtrark. ami of P:t on the main track aril Uj; boys s'ar'M r -king rapil str;.! ,-n t?!'1.' horncwar.! trin. TTI.cy nil n..t c mo Or. how ir. nrnil tiiy wf rv spprh'-inTe i ' it Vhit:i er. Tr.e o'l.-ips lift:-:- r.-';.?'. !"-oir thy M'r rniianceriiiS !-.- liv. I v-cre aJ! truly pr.ifint an I Tf j Tho first civil jury esse trid h.-f, r ' 3-:fi-i2 j th WMtmgr city cT.irt wa licli hr? ". 11 -n- tiiiji '.:. ri:lrir.r in a lisaKr"rnont. 1 an! in ; Mr. K. I.'. "5:l?-in f-.i-,' h.r son-in-lti" i ':i t." K'n May. f r .tsnft f.-.- th u" cf ?tt j fijrnitu r. whi!--' it is sai-l, Tins ii'h:: Star Theatre tonicht. DoupJas ralr- hr honi" n ith Mr. M.iy. Mis. yji' bir.ks in "Double Trouble." Come snJ ; Rl;n n as ropr.fttl by Atfornoy T. .T. o how "Doug" wrigerlos out of hil SiiKtvan n:,! May by Attorney ( '. ff. double trouble. Also a two-net coroedv j .Tetoi. Tl: j-.irv cons!stol of neuben - - - J j Spume- Ty Visby. Lonii l-,':kc-. .. . ... ii f. i j. 1 HBKST QUAUTV P0SaLE TO J 5 rJ-'tS h t -r:.----.----:-- N 4 ' Uv-fcl .Mil H-.V 1 1 1 1 Paints - Varnishes Certain-teed means certainty of quality and guaranteed satisfaction the first and last object of careful buyers. Both quality and satis faction are guaranteed by a business which has gained world leadership because of its ability to manufacture and distribute the highest quality products at fair prices. Certain-teed Paints Se Varnishes Made from the best quality materials, mixed by modern machinery in scientifically correct proportions to produce the highest quality paint. Ceria'm-ued Paints and Varnishes arc soi5 at cost plus a small profit. Each color is priced according to its cost. Paint makers usually charge the same for all colors, basing their prices on the cost of making the expensive colors. The Certain-tted policy puts each ecler on the right basis. Therefore most Certa'm-tttd Paints cost you less than competing paints of anything like the same high quality. Certain-teed Roofing & Shingles Certaln-teid is a conservation product. It ij made from raj? and asphalt, skillfully converted into roofing tha.t is impervious to the elements. Certair.-tttd is the most efficient type of roof for all kinds of buildings, from the modern sky scraper to the farm barn. It is light weight, weatherproof, clean, sanitary, fire-retardant. Certain-teed is not affected by fumes or gases, and cannnot rust or corrode. Its first cost is moderate, laying cost low, and upkeep practi cally nothing. Certain-teed is guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 years, according to thickness. Certain-teed Products Corporation Factoric: StLoui,Mo. East tiouI,IIL MareUIe,lIL YorlcPa. NU( FHa, N.Y. Richmond, Call!. War, Aoatci if Albany. Atltats. Bant or. Me . Birmlnth.ra. Bo.ton, Buffalo. CKieao. CJneinaati. Cler.I.ai, pIL.. Dot Mela.. Dulutb. Craad . RapuU. Houttea. lndiaoapoli. Jersey City. K.ai Ciy.Mo.. Lo Ail! rrnchbu'e, Va Mampnic, Mitwaukra, Mianeapali. Na.bviil. New OrWn. Norfolk. V.. Oklabema C.t P.t.brt h. Prtlnd Ore.. RichmooJ. V?.. St. LouU. Salt Laka City. SeaMla, WuIl, SbroTeport. Spodal-I Spnnff laid. MM.. Wickita, Haraca. Cuba. S"" JU" York. Ch;eao. PbUadalphia. StloaU. Bn.toa. C!.f?aBd. PiHburk. Detroit. Buffalo. Pa Franexco. Milwaukoo. Ci.aioiu. Now O-ltini, Los Aacala. Minneapolis. Kaasaa Gty. SaaUlal Inaiorapoh. Atlanta. Mamphi. Ricbmond. Grand Rapid., -Jmwm. Na.hrilio. Albany. Salt Laka City, Vmm Moiac. Hauatoa. 1 wwv:jim fcWrf-aasoji 53 ij .. . P?f v : T,r - lit-I I VI JL m ' A4 wJTJl Vjs tfr MOTHERS, DO THFS When the Children Cough, Rub Musterole on Throats i and Chests j No telling fcotv eoon the symptoms may ' develpp into croup, or worse. And then'a wheif you're gJad you have a jar of Mus- i terole at hand to give promi't sure re- ' lief. It doe9 not blister. As first aid and a certain remedy. 1 Musterole is excellent. Thousands of mothera know it. You should keep a jar in the house, ready for instant use. i It is the remedy for adults, too. Re- 1 lieves sore throat, bronchitis... tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, head ache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches cf back or joints, sprains, sore muscle9, chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the chest (i: often prevents pneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; iiospital size $2.50. A'eisby. uin. A. J I.. Clark. It i St;. the 1 in favor of Miy. T..fi Clark, forir.r! v.'i'l a coon pi ny th t,,m of n.-'oif, "VI s . n!in (Jw1 ton:r!u. GENERAL ;ry stoo.i 5 to Office: For Sa'e by LUNDT ROOFING CO. ROOFING, RE-COATING AND REPAIRING IN LAKE COUNTY. Room 27 Rimlsach B!dg. Phone 467 Hammond. PHONE 25. rciMUeteiKMcft For Sale y PAXTON LUMBER CO. 456 HOHMAN STREET. HAMMOND. IND. For Sale by BROADWAY LUMBER & SUPPLY O: 11TH AVE. (NEAR BROADWAY), GARY. PHONE 940. cf AVbitirr. 27. was heH l-a!rlinK--Mo-. I r'"'""" th Tbi 1 10; li is'i.-a:' T ' r- ar" dc-ra vry ii T'Talrr-l. to b I W. ! .,. . I i !i yesterday morning:, nHn Ir.fis whs rp;cbrnd irt cli'irch by 1 Ths rorent? ai5o tcv 1 a t St. .! r. piris' vrar. 1n- r:-ii rj 1 1 f r t- w 1 ;r!i fan I-'ri :! ar.-l R.g tfl'S V. i" r lie PFi-ii. JTj, t; . th n--"l ilira sn-l Mrtdny jai th tnt if' v f-'T !"'" I'T. c;..ihi- ar to l-ft t th ! i onus of Mrs. r. M. i.ons. - i 't 1 f.-irt Por.rif. Mr. 7-i,.-.;;as Mylun ft! family t- h'if i tht fi:r.ral c f b.rr IirrfVipr .Ta Nub!'., wiuch t"''k rlsre 1m Chirnrn or. T!'!jr-lay. Tho decasoi in survir(i by 'ia uMmv, tf n h:'!f1i---n nn l two f.i. f: ry. A '. Mil! A'."!. ' ttijr re i v h i bejtror. I nt. rrnnt was I r.V; s: f r : 1 f ' I" . 1 1 1 1 HI IV. ! 1 i . i w ho pa.a'-J away vbii i: th rv- f of h: ri'imiry. ji-. !fii by Ins i lirro pirifr:-, M:a Jar..' IJartnoss. Jlr. ! bmt.a .t' , " t Is scarce and ;; :?Z GRIFFITH ! rv7 r the. t'rn? r That goo.i corn in tliie nelyhborhoficl ' tow n. March IS. 191R. after an il'.n M. IJ. 1 'i! r nii., 1 I .a r- i: if I ! ! ' ii--'. A 1 1 i r. o ; n r- 9 I 'oi.srrf jf-a. t -..inril ( i-. :'I !..' .:.! f;o ' (-i.'Oi'i (. x msht. tio't of bijyins n Mr. m l Mr? 1': IT fi'17-f . bl. Of 1 .in V r. r !i:jrdi .anil - Ci o"riPir rr ' ' 'li.-i'lnr iV, gu: oi'.ui1'!! iarpii:no. '1 .1. Il'irr and daux' .a'i. itffri'i'' J 1 1 fi Tw o r,'-w casr.1 srnailpox have been j ! - . ng aionz Vfrv wil. j -Mrs. Ji...l; t M.-i-'arland of Hanirriond .tr,.:ing- --.o:al ti.n; 3 h:e with! I ! : s. .v i piciii -n proparine 1 1 ; i,,,..o to Tols:.-.n Apr-.l 1. Hr ton ! 'Vfrn l.as a position cu the Michigan! ' on ; ; a 1 F:. P.. t hor. M-. .ami M-r. j,..n M.ii-r ro-e;i. ci a! I' t :,;! v.tol; frr.n thir s.in "Sutrh" f is v. ith i:s. IVr-shin's forces in i hardly obtainab'e is j of but several days from pneuniOiila. 13c fact that the elevator j sides her husband. Mr. Thomas Cornel- oad sl;ipped In from Ne- j ius 1'arker. she Is survived by four chi!- arlied yesterday. ! tireii, Mrs. Marv ICioc of Marsaiollcs, III.. Relief from Eczema HOB ART rich n '111 t ipa ; Mrs. Kirlt ; inus hei Mr. and Mr Miss T.f.'a. vi J'i'd3 '. Th 50-1 I'i-ib :nrt yesterday afternoon with Mr... I),r!nc Mehn. Don't worry about e-ema cr ol!:er j Mr. Frederick of Indiana Harbor. Harry efcin troubles. You can have a clear, I of Tectonica, and F.ichard of this place healthy skin fcy using' a little zemo, ; Tht funeial was held Thursday aftT- obtained at any d.T.jj store for Coc, or ! noon services were held at the Unitarian extra large bottle Et $1.00. J church at 2 o'clock and were conducted Zcmo grnerslly removes pirnp'e?, blaclc : by Rev. c. B. Cromwell of Valparaiso, heads, blctcher, earem?, and ringworm at the Hubert imc- ran. The lttT was i.r ar.il stated thot lie ii'ilih. Charles M.r w Mrs. full of good ' w as !n goo.i j ' ! i o was with' r.Tal or .TSi.noa llmm-.t r,oruv. ,:.,;..h hn ,:,rV v r,.x (;i, s.,ic J . V": ry IVk- ' is n.,w stati-.n-l s-v.t- n tm, a ay ! . -. i i i . v :i r in i . . j : i ' .., , ., . J( j ;T1 rpr-- , i . iii'-nr.en; nai nt .Mt. :;?t , ;n- ! ' ' - ' - - i . - - . n. i -t.-m :ns pi---. iv.th s' ! that f II trf?s9 -Bt3l ioiTV. tui.- of in a fashk.r.sl.:'. London - . t. II ' 1 1 klilli FT A 1 U 1 i !:i,,rn H-rr.ersy of ra vidso;, ! ,''n"'i "' - r"'' ! Also Kurfon ' ,"lr' Af ',.n;i . o-.h IlllImRSllBltlnl j f'n'-e la -affTinsr w i-h a badly bm t,-! j 1 Io:!: U"' Tmv.-:i.ll I M.-i s n!n y. ; . ,. Th" Tim II I4 I I r J :JJ A 17 1 U til i nand. .?amd wJule at work. I ' ' ' '"'-' -i- r.i I'a'nrc J'o- . iielb-i pnd hut w 's:.-s from vn-.r rr."f. tree Spa3 'at. tius-h had h.a !K badly in- u'rB s IIr;!"- SB.,(,.-, f.-.rds "b-.. k "home." ' We j r-v ir Standard Oil Co. Vni It (iR!IMii; t A is puo-GF-H- ' I Th f!inrai o' Jmr.n irartr"t. a r v I I i' ' fe"....-..-....afl iiiiiMiiiiiiiHiiiiT' 1 DYER NEWS j f& "'"Tt T'J"Rday evn1i'(r a rnri:iv,;rilv j I iii.e'.;r will ! li! 1 In 5t. J.as-rh'9 j iM'flJgja'g g in!! l,r to win!: ovrvhod v is i n i t - j ' J iT'f 1 w w M K .! r p a k o: .k fr..r.. Hammond w ill b I tl fl ff tl W.P If!! 5 l I "'i- Snvln'Ja StVtnp.-. "t Tl, e' mr nr i ' fi -Smi vlo'ii. AXL lMo JJ. -f Ij 'HI 'f a pari .;.' nature and should ; 8 H & "ii.'.i.e the patriot!" spirit of vry- I t fX wSr l i i, H E '-'"iv present. So th? hall will be fil- I N lia-W Sb. JiimS HpJ&L Ak i I :''"' to make our bak you- b,Uinrj ijj K ':"'::. A K-.orl tm t will make a bt- a " 1 "" " iaMiiir f m .1 f t IHXA!, HANK i V ! " A (VKipl w;th re!a N'n -hiiian i isite t;-. es hi Ohi.-oco, esterday. M,' . ( llnper transa-.ted business in Ch 3 f.n est erdo y. in CatiioJic Ladies S tr. et. yestoiday afternoon "i.'.e s- far on no. i I.a'e Wednesday evening two couples '. lie ,!'n but thHt'f1rov' throng), in a Ford machiite. and! u f, bovs is a in fiakintr the turn on North Main es fro M) cf Chicago, visited with estraay. j Th4 .ntcrnlont was r.acj)ka ard 3.n:?nter ' terv. ted at Michigan Cit- M. .T. Sliocmakcr of Oninha. "Neb , who baa been visiting here durm the past few wc-t-Us at the h.-rao of his brother, .1. ?hoomaker. left Wednesday for a isit with friends in Oh.io before return ing to his hon.e. Mrs. J. Griffin and son. "Robert, re- and tnakc3 the skin clear and healthy. cemo is i clean, per.etratmi?, anneptic liquid, neither siicky nor preasy pr.d stains nothing. It isj easily applied and costs a mere trifle for each application. It is always dependable. The E. V,". Ros Co.. Cleveland, O. , ;rig soc;et ;." with Mrs. ran into a street lamp post. The ' was eompirteiy demolished and the d vas b8diy ber.t in Crown Point Wednehdav. The i,r.,i . ; turnel to tehir home at Valparaiso alter! is th- dauhl'-i of Trank Strii-klatw'. 1 a couple of da s' visit here w ith rela-j an: is well and favorably know n he c. i ti'. es. ! The givutii is the son of Mr. and M ;. i Miss Ciaire Key visited with relatives Jay McCai.n, liin? east of Io-.'. e 1 1 n, i Mere yesteroay. j i uns i i-nwcus i"ji snu p ; o'Jii ! ai-s-s Tune Urucl was a Chicago visi- ' "e '-w iy n.arr:ed coup; ha - I tor yesterday. j the eonsraiulations of their mm;.. I Miss Adeline Jacobs and Mr. fierce j fl 'end?. The names o parties were not learned, but they tied they were sttidents frorn Yf !pp vaiso university. They paid for damages done the lights. the ed- j tiie i ROBERTSDALE LANSING ?.!iss Adeline Leverenz of Myr! nue, vt:td her sister. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Black moved out o! town again. Herman Wlnferhoff did i th haulina; in the car w ith his truck. I Mi s. Herman Ttabn Isited in Ciii ! cajfo Heigbta. on Wednesday. I Miss Iouise Koch of h";ue Island. 1 isited Kaiaia Schmidt on 1'i i.lay. The stork sale of Shorthorn Batiu'n cattle of Oien Thomas, who lives ea.1 j .'f Lowell, was a great sale and ia j among the best ever hold In this se -I tif.n. The cattie. including calves and oilier young stutt. averaged fZ, 5. Tom llol.erls. of Indiana Harbor and John Kennedy, of Kast Chi"agi. were in Lowell Thursday. They are beta itounty candidate.-. Depository for U. Government State of Indiaoaj Lake County City of Hammond end School City of Hammond '" : i 1 he of a nit 0 reuse the patri. 1 oov present. So 1 (!. No tv is the t'uie to a u;i-o:u i.y depositing to Tna:.e our bai'k yoti :""::. A g-'Oi-l tfirt will ma tr fln'-h. Try it. Tli. riT.S I"i(XI, n AN K 1 Y f " ft. A . iiANIC n a Ci"! r TOWN. ' Wednesday. March IT. a public stock :ile w j', take place at the lw;n of John He -ens. mi and or.o-5i.alf mi!n on"', of Pyr. at which time srtu" f-mcv . stock w .1: he offered, as Mr. Kerens fceiri that J-.'s farm is overstocked. i." The beau;f..l sprir.g weather cf t!;e I'tif. week has passed and left in its wak" a drizzl.ng tlry which ir.nkea iv i iore rorrifortab" In the hnum than O 1 1 1 . e ave- Julius :-u. if Kast Sid". Thursday. John Murry of Roberts avenue, at- nded xi banquet given by the Shtiners at the M asonic J cmple in Chicago. lat evening. Mrs. sfaundT and jin of At hiwon aveo-io. we. e thf guests of relatives ! The pupils ...f Room 4 hae fifty thrift in aty. lhuiso,ay. i stampa. Thoy have organized a War Mr. and Mm. luven Tucker hav. mov- j Saving society. Dorothy r.iant was e.i fi..:;i Mvttle avenue, to Tear! street. ! Itei1 nreaMont ami Arttoir T obe oaitgnter. I secretary. soMr:mi.; somehow. HESSVILLE d Schfitif and Mr, r.;. .n--. ion, j. . ui. r. Ms::ert ;n Hammond. J Mildred I.uchene resigned her pesi- , s!"l !i11- I tion Rt fJ.hson. C, round has ben broken and the Charles ilunyan wh.o h. ben very founda-tori- started for the new homes j is improving in heahb. of John Mi; Moon and George Tarker Mrs. Rrul Ellsworth returned Thurs day from visiting relatives at Crown Chiefs' ! tnint hi,,! Tb-brr.n V I The Tfessville sirls are organizing a Camp Fire. The H-.l Cross club Is r.-.akhig comfort today We Represent Over ,400,000 0 b on A to h: son avenue. The members of the Pas .'iuii wer pleasantly ente-talned Krlday 1 even'ng by Mr. James Hays and ?drs. , S Mevcis ' a the latter's home in ( ieve.ana avenue, it-aris were pia.v ea , kit!, TIl0 ,,.-.b m(.ets at the Hammond; ; .y the guests .and prize were awarded nwj Cross rooms every Wednesday even- ; Mesdarnes Wm. Hart. Arthur Ptross and i jnF 1 Freu Flan.n.-ird. A social hour fol- Mr, Oliver Proechold and mnsher I ;h.wed during which a dainty luncheon hav, returned from Grand Rapids. Mich, j jwss served. , j -ifr-a John TC.ansfield returned aitndnv GOING-1 nzjmM rfw. 3.' it G-OtrJC!' GONE A remarkable growth considering that this bank has not com bined or taken over any other institution. On this remarkable showing -we solicit your banking business. We pay 3 interest on Savings Ac counts payable January 1st and July 1st of each year. DIRECTORS. ANTON H. TAPPER CARL E. BAUER WM. D. WEI3 kEO WOLF JAMES W. STINSON JOSEPH J. RUFF F. R. 6CHAAF OFFICERS. I ',R. SCHAAF, Prerfdent WM. D. WElS, Vice President. A. H. TAPPER, Vice President. H. M. JOHNSON, Cashier. L. G. EDER, AeiL Cashier I GOT on a VTST SIM car today JUST BtrilND a woman WKOSC HAIR looked TK" INSIDE of a CHCAP MATTRfSS. Srlt CHANGED a doCar TO PAY her car fara AND IT rcada me sick TO REALIZE that ehts had ENOUGH MONEY left in HER PURSE to buy a BOTTLE Or NEWBRO'S HERPIC1DC Yours for beautiful hair, Miss Amanda Dexter of Atchison avenue, has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. Eustlce Biesen entertained a number of relatives and friend at a luncheon Thursday in honor of her birthday anniversary. Mrs. A'al Brown and children of Ho bart. were guests at the Brown home .11 Myrtle avenue the fore part of the wee!-. Mrs. Roy Moore of Myrtl avenue, spent Friday visiting In Chicago. Mrs. lliggador of Chicago, visited her mother. Mrs. Herman Breckman of Reese avenue, Wednesday. Mrs. Burwell and Mrs. Gartaida were Chicago ahoppers yesterday. Mrs. Harry Goldlng and Mrs. Herman Breckman were guests of Mrs. Walter or" Hammond, yesterday. Mra. John Wilson of East Side, spent the day here visiting Mrs. Robert Wil son of Indiana boulevard. Friday. i from a visit with relatives in Cleveland. Ohio. James Roland !s improving: In health. John Snyder has returned from Bell? Cener, Ohio. Help wanted by many women IF a woman suffers from such ailments a3 Backache, Head ache, Lassitude and Nervous ness the symptoms, indicate the r.eed for Piso's Tablets, a valuable healing remedy with antiseptic, astringent and tonic properties. A local application simple but effective response comes quickly causing refresh ing relief with inviroratir.jj cf. (ects. Ba:kei by tha name Piso established over 30 years, satis faction is Guaranteed. 5e.W Kvarrwhmr OlSOS 60 Cent's a TABLETS Smp!t Mailed Froe arfffrost pen 'car rf THE PISO COMPANY 200 Piao Bit!?. Warrra, Pa ! . HOBART Mrs. Llh'.a TIavil Parker was born in Kxmouth. England. Feb. 4. 1S12, and died at her home on the south part of LOWELL Harold Strioland. McCann and Miss Mary both of Lowell were married DR. E. K. HATCH DENTIST Open Wednesday and Saturday Even ings. Sundays 10 to 2. Phone 2S23. 186 State Street. Hammond, Ind. Telephone Indiana Harbor 187 JOHN VONKO CO, SSI BUILDING MATERIAL AND CEMENT BLOCKS Guaranteed Weights Prompt Service. 140th and Carey Sts.