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Tuesdav, June IS. 1918.
:he times. Page Seven. Whiting And Its People ROBERTSDALE L For Itching Torture NOTlC. Commencing iiay 1st Mr. J. L. Clark. 824 113th St., Whiting, will receive ad vertisements for Whiting and Itoberts dtib for Times Newspapers. Office I'horie 13SW. Reaidence 32SJ. tf Prinress theatre tonight. Oliver ; 1 lnr.ii, sHimliiy. Wsuascs presents Wallace Held and j Urs. H nry Lib!, rs who h i be.n v t y Myrti Stednian in "A World Apart." j ill at her home in Roberts avenue. re- n unusual western fiery as to plot, mmna ab..ut the. sam. 1 There is one remedy that seldom fails Miss vera Set,! of Chicago. K-nt to etop itching torture and relieve ekia j sundav her. visitinr her , a,en!s on irritation and that make the ekin soft; , Laka avenue. ; clear and healthy. m Mr. and .Mrs. G. M. G,,Ph nnd f.m- : Any druggist C8T1 Supply - v . , urmo. which generally overcomes al Uy of Roberts avenue-, were ituts of:"""'. . ih rim. cr t it viov.w.-'x-j. iv w u pies, rashes, blackheads, in most case3 give way to ztmo. Frequently, minor ! blemishes disappear overnight. Itching usually stops instantly. Zemo la a 8efi antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and dependable. It costs only 35c; an extra Smith of rullniHn. 111.. Mr. and Mrs Sunday. Mrs. O-srles I'unscn .if R.-.berts av. niie. wlU entertain the members of the. Marquette !ut at In r liuiim t' -morrow ' af terooo n. Alfred Khhrs of Hammond, visited at the Visronti home m K.b.rts nve-j nue. Svin.i.i ;. Mr. and Mrs. Fnnk linehb-r and Mr. n,l Mrs. t 1 1 Rurhlrr motor. d to l'.iije large bottle, 51.00. It will not stain, is not greasy or sticky and fa positively sjfe lor t -c'-, r-T'tlv fkm full of thrilling incidents, which Rives these popular younit artists a change to le feen to their bett advantage, liver popular Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew in one of their ludicrous adventures. 6-1S-1 Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Coyd of Sheri dan avenue, have gone to Laporto to f-en1 their vacation. ?Jiss O'ive, Carlson of Sheridan ave nue, spent Saturday and Sunday vis iting relatives in Chicago. Word has been received here of the h:rth of a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs George Curt in. nee Marie Fln'ey of Montreal, Can. The Spinsters' convention will b j attended f.vfn at the Whi'ir.g biprt school audi torium June 21. under the auspices of the Trench Comfort club. Mrs. P. A. Peterson requests all selling tickets to make returns to her by June IS. Harold Moylsn of Fort Wayne, is visiting at the home of his cousin. Cl&iie Hentharne of Sheridan 8venue. Mrs. Hughes has chat-ire of the sale of cards containing an original poem dedicated to the Whiting Trench club by vjrs. jj Robinson, which is a fitting tribute to our boys "over there." Miss Myrtle Petersen has returned home from Ypsilanti, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. AViilard B. Van Home of Indiana Harbora. were Whiting vis itors Sunday evening. Miss Annette Buchanan has taken a por:!'.on :n the Atkin & Tharp grocery f-v-r--. Mr. nd Mrs. George F. Henthorne and family spent Sunday in Chicago, guests of Mr. a-id Mrs. T. M. Barnes. Mrs. x. K. Wilson of Oliver street, his returned from a visit with her sis ter. Mrs. Manning:, in Alton. 111. M:ss Ruth Paschen has takon a po si':n in the law office of Attorneys Mrs. Henry Foster nnd ilmubVT of j East Chn'ngo. visited her mother. Mis. j IJ .se of Amy avenu. . j.'?'. r l iy. ' Mrs Hoy Vfore 'f Mr! Mvenue, I was the ijue:.t of fr'.cnos m v'htrago, vpterri,i y. i i W. K. 'ri s .f l ake avenue, pent i Sunday m Chicago vvitli fronds. Mr. and Mrs Yal Hrnwn and Chi'.-j dren of Hobart. visited at the llr.iwn home in Myrll avenue, over Sunday. Mrs. H.nry Kffgers of Lake avenue. iitel Mrs-. John bi.-vii and Mr. Mc ie'.len At St. MarK iret s hospital, yes terday. Mrs. Jacob F;i "-e of R. dvertsi avert u . ft meet me of t HOBART K. C. Scheldt who haa been ailing for th past few- months, was takt n to Si. Anth.Miy s hospital in Chi A no. lust week. It Is tliouslit h will have to und'Tito ii'.c i a t ton. l.uuis and Julius Hhrest left Fsttur d.ty for New "York. Ivlr. and Mrs. Rosse and dauehter L.U- j Han of Chicago, visited here Sunday j .it th- home of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Kell- man. j Miss Klorertrn Keilman returned home S'inday after a wevks visit with rel itives in i 'hic-ijro. The following wera visitors at the FTiendship 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Raschka j ciuh in Chicago tod;iy. ; over Sunday ; Mis. Raschka, Mr. and j M ;. Klsie I arsori of l. ,;, .T-.-nu. s Mrs. Mirks of Knox; Ind.; and Mrs., has rtsigned her position at th ;ra vr Flla I'eim of Chi-aeo. Tank works m K.ist Ch-.onico. and has Many ironi out of town attended the accepted one at the Inland Steel Com- i dnnc lv.?n Saturday evening at Odd pany of In liani Harbor. j Fellows' hall by Company K. Mrs. Crawford of Chicago, is spending! a few days here vvi'h friends. i Mrs. William KV. ;, y of t'hica,fo. was j the guest i f Mr?. TJobert Atchison cf j Lakft avenue, voterdav ! 1 ; 1 1 r-1 t i n nsacttd j , Sunday. ' CLARK Fred T'leis and c . ;. business in East Side ST. JOHN Mrs. Frank Uinges j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hellbl'ng and fam ily of Indiani Harbor, were visiting I with fro nds and relatives at Clark over j Sunday. j Mrs. Fred Rehn of Clark, was a CM ! cajro business transactor. ' ! Mi. Thomas I.eith of this place, who and Miss Rosaha3 been ot! the sok lit for the r-t I.udwie i t Chicago, spent Snmhy ho with het parents. Miss Frances Boecker of Chicipn. r pa i ' n . visiting here with 1 S Math Ad'.cr h.is i i:rr h-is-d nn f'vr.- 1- sior motcrcycie. Miss Elizabeth .Terpens is vlsttfng at present with her sister at Chicago. Math Thiel and family of Chuaco, I two vvef.ks. is slowly improving. I Mr. anil Mrs. J Coir of Ross, was a i i'I.hk business visitor. I Wiiiiam Kos hroieder of Clnrk. was a i Ti'c-itKo v isiior. M r. and Mrs. 'harb a Pettm.in and hildreri of Tolleston. were visiting w-Uh friends and relatives at Clark '' 'r ! S-,ind.-i; Gavit A Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Noylan have purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rayder on Cleveland avenue. The Rayder's have mnvel to Valparaiso. Mrs. George Winslow has been enter- j qun(jay tanirar her mother, Mrs. Wilkeson of South Bend. I Mr and Mrs. Sam Wolf entertained j relatives from ChicARi . on Sunday. j Whiting lodge. No. 34S. K. of P . at j their regular election of officers t b ct- j ed the following officers for the ensu- ' 'visited Sunday with Georgr? St-'.rk and ' i fanniy. Mr. and Mrs. Ben M'lhr of Griffith. I spent Sand: v here wii'i relatives, i . . I l ne t. jo.nn rati team visitej iiyer afUrnoon a'id b-at iv.ver, e to LIFT OFF CORNS FREEZONE IS MAGIC The closing ind romm ticf ment c r cises of the pnro. b.ial s h. '1 hrld Sun day evening was w t '.l atteit'b d. Tin following were the eighth grit le grad uates! Kdoi Statk. Muie r"vs. Kathrvn Toieh Idl;;in T'.-.W'- Chwrlio ir.g year: II. Q. Simson. chancellor com- I vi. ,-. , . j ,, . olan. Wi'be i,rr,ar!i, J. oh ard 1 e'er ire..aore uoetcner. prelate; inns, tiur- . W-C- j Edwin ! .vin r.n-.l Ar.dre.v S ter Keilman. l.'wis r.ecl-.. Keilman and J. !.n Scha' f r. The winners of the various nrtir-; donated were: Mrs. I.ou'sa. Kir-h, w the qui't of Sew-in? :rc!e No. 1; John! Frey. won th quilt of c-rcl- No. j Mrs. Jacob Soberer, the rock-r irci f 3; and. Miss I'r-ines p..e.-ker tht rooster dor.rced by Rev. A. Bad;na McCord Thos r.tte. master of work: Carl Moore, K. of R. and S.: Albert Porter. M. at A.: F.vil Barber, inner guard; Ralph Logs don, ou'er guard. K. chard Naef, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Chars Naef of ShTidan avenue, has returned home from Lafayette. Ind., whre hs graduated from "Purdue uni versity. Miss Lillian Porter has succeeded M:?s Beulah Stover ;n the office of Dr. E. W. Avery. The latter has taken a position at the S. O. Co. The S. O. has sent in a large order jor overalls, whion are to be worn by ! Miss Mar-.' Klon'wvk 1 several of the women and girls em- j fPW rtavs wih h(.r si.,fpr r laved in the various departments. j i . . .,-.':... . . . i i : ... i ?. wijutiiii r.tfi aim jtran'isnn : Mr. and "Mrs I' P rive reurnen irom wer-ron. ind. wnere : xUh Costs few cent?! Soxe, touchy corns lift right off with fingers. No pain! i j A IT TTC T T 1V1 UAO 1 LL, IV ? r'-r.'l.n? a m Ro.se'.and. -ey visited her brother. Frank Fields. ! evening re.au'-es in Highlands, n visit d Sn'urday c7Jf : I It. p a R'tie Freezon on an a'hirg ! corn, instan'ly that corn stops hurf.n". and Mrs. Fields and son Owen, re- virned wi!h her and spent Sunday here. H. Van Meyr.e erd Anno Bra-cher . hn . 1 c I . spent sSaturdt:,- v r.mc with Mr. n.i l )R SALE 7 room house with bath. , Mrs. Jacob K-c-.- Inquire at 331 Oliver st. Whiting. -ivm. Krossw'vV sn.,. . Rernice, Ind. T'etvr Mob r.nar who has T.een 111 for some f.in.e, is now 11 a very ,.JS hurt or.? b: it richt out. Y-s, magic! It doesn't Star theatre tonight. ilabel Nor man in "Joan of Plattsburg." The story of an inspired soldier girl. The new est triumph of the girl who never dis appoints. Also a high class comedy. 6-U-l Don't Fall to See the Cross Bearer. German Alien Temales KTut Register. All females, subjects of the German Empire, of th age of 1 4 year and up ward, living in cities of 5,000 inhabit ants or more, who have never been naturalized as American citizens, must lron' themselves at th office of the hief of pniir-e during the. period Jun ITth to June 26, inclusive, and register. j American born women married to condition. DYER NEWS A b I i K o g i home of Mr. Sunday n oo : I baby ari i . fd and Mrs. Anton og Fa g ii. 0 unnaturalized German citizens, and all i " Sundav t?i rnoon a b"!' geme to p!-:c at tho local prou.id" between ilte Si. John b ys and f ho Dyi-r hie-h . i s hi o to. si at w hich Li: - i iv iii'"rs rarri-rd :i'r.-.-- 'he s.-aip :.i a ,.-., r- of ii to r. 1 A number Dyer pop;-. went - St. diy ol(Tn:c '.. ':, i tpo ,-on,- ) it v.orr, n of foreign birth married to un-l 1 naturalized Germans must register. Eah female muJl furnish four un nvmnted photographs. 3 by 3 inches in size, on torn paper, with light back ground. The potographs shall be of the shoulders and full face, without hat or head covering, find the registrant . III! TO. lit ' .. ICI-e- .if ' l the p it j.. b.Tl school ;h"i Saturday 'tinun the ,r r th late George Link, who died at Low ell w re 1'iid rest in iho fanily lit in St. ! h's c-n.-Kry S. r . John Ahern rnd family .i' V. ?.; wool, spin Si !.! out her..- visi;;nf- Wi'h Why wa't? Your drungist selts liny bottle cf Freezone f.-.r a few cents, j .I'ifficient to rid ; our feet of every 1 aid corn, soft corn, or corn between i the toes, and callwsses, without sore- : ncs or in Itation Freezone is the j iru'.li talked of ethe.- discovery of a I Cincinnati genius. Adv. must sign her name on front of the r 'a1 1 s- yb..'tographs, in a marginal space at top ' ""'" K or botiom. j sp n! ."'iml'i! Registrants will great Jy Rid the po- -- llee officers by call.ng for The blanks j r!y and have them filled out and re- J t'.rn them to the Chief of Police, who I will swear them and tnke their finger X riots. Registrants within ten days after Sch: it hi- ir H i in me rid. Ills )l -!);( registering will call at the office of the Chief of Police, and get their rcgistra-i f ;on cards. 6-1 S-1 : Princess theatre. Coming Saturday. I jure 22. "LEST WI FORGET," -with j liitl Jolivet, showing the sinking of j the Lusitania. Coming July 2 and 3. i "CT22 THE TOP." 6-1S-1 ; When your nerves are all on edge and sleep seems out of the question take at bedtims one or two Buy a Thrift Stamp and licfc the ! Hun.' Largest Sale of Any Medicine in the World. Sold everywhere. In boxes, 10c, 25c. WALK ERECT ! H0W 13 THE Tr&rE: AT EIGHTY: where you can save 75 pex Becruse . man rr woman is old doesifent Oil XOMT clotheS bj rot mean that they must w alk along ; JUYinET here bent over and siictorred with a cane. A ! & man can be as vigorous and liealthy at eighty as at twenty if he aids the or gans cf the body In performing their f unct ions All diseases whether of a malignant or weak cnararter tend to tear away our vitality. You must eounteract disease in its incipient stage if you would live a bappv and useful long life. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. a 200-year-old preparation that Is used ! el! over the world, contains soothing j oils combined with strength-giving and system-cleaning herbs. These capsules i a.e a prescription and have been and are i " s'ill being: used by physicians in daily practice. They have proven their merit in relieving backache, kldnev and blad der complaints and all ailments arising from an excess of uric acid in the sys tem . GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules re sold at all re'iHb'e druggists. They are guaranteed to do everything as claimed or money refunded. Don t bn misled bv false imitations. Look for GOLD MEDAL on every box. Adv. HAMMOND TAILORING-COMPANY S. GRKENFERG. Prop. 538 Hohman St. ; mms A?m sr,rc the warchins. ; fcr alM Cleaning. Pressing aol i Repairing. i GOULD and VON FRANK Merchant Tailors We have successfully solved the difficult prob lem of producing the very highest grade of work at minimum prices and give our patrons the benefits of our economy. We devote personal at trition to each individ ual garment ma do in our establish ment. Fair prices, best work, fine materials, perfect fit you can ask no more and we give you no less. GOULD and VON ml Merchant Tailors 20 WEST JACKSON BLVD. CHICAGO. 636 HOHMAN STREET HAMMOND. ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS Dellvared to Any Part of the City. Ak U for Price. West Hammond Coal Company J. J. BREHM, Prop. PHONES: Re 1674; Office, 2355. i 1 -. . . ,.-.--i..... - J REAL ES TATE SEN SA TI ON Biggest Bargains and Easiest Terms Ever Known in Rich Black Soil Fine For GardcnsAIl Cify ImprovemenSs Act Quickly Only 49 Lots Left Act Quickly Two Blocks from the Street Car Hurry Get Your Lot Before AH Are Sold Hurry o& as S23S Fatty Esmp&uQd 0s o gfttercst, Ro Tauea for two fuSS years Gertilied Abstract Free! Warranty BJBeod! All Contracts, Deeds and Payments to e County aiiicp & Trust C Thf lo'p are in thp two block? bounded by Chicago avenue on north. Columbia avenue on tast, Hoffman stroet on the south, and Hickory on tho west This is a very pretty Fection of Hammond end is as near center of East Chicasn as it is to cenr of Hammond. The entire section is built up with pretty home?. We bought the balance of the subdivision at a bargain and we invite you to share- our bargain. The property lies between the l"nth street line and the I. C. interurban line. Thus by walking two block.-, either to the north or to the south you have the best car service in East Chicago or Hammond, andvthe time by street car to the center of both cities Is twelve minutes. We are within easy walking distance of Standard Car shops and in fact of all the large and pmall mills and factories in Hammond and East Chicago. No more central location for homes can be found In either East Chicago or Hammond and at our present low prices the lots are bound to be big money makers for the fortunate purchasers. Remem ber you pay only $5 per month, without interest or taxes. LIBERTY BONDS ACCEPTED AT FULL FACE VALUE AS PART OR WHOLE PAYMENT. Igf Fm BmvBstmQEat IBm9 Bmb PfqUi We are bia operators and have sold build mii lots in many places. We have ample ;f capital and are able to secure bargains which wh poji on ea. y terms at cut prices. The result lias been an enormous hu.-inei-. from Chicago clear to the Pacific Coa.t. We are experts on realty value and in our, judgment the Calumet district EAST CHI CAGO AN'O HAMMOND - today off. r th betit field in the United States for the .small investor. Price? are today very low and prosper simply wonderful for a marvelous iuture growth. In East Chicago and Hammend are lo caied the biecesl plants in America, ern plovine millions of dollars and thousands of men. But even so these plants are iealiy jut starting As I he years go on they w:il enlarge and employ more and more mti. While the war is cm they will work to full capacity and v.-hn the war is over the de mand will be even greater for building ma terial, etc , to take the phir-e of the waste of war. In fact, for years and years to come the demand will be so great that they sim ply must enlarge and work overtime to keep ahad of their orders. Thus they will be employing more and more men at high wages. Hich waees and refined families n.ran demand for nice home and the ideal renditions for medium price refined home places is right on our property. So. WAKE UP! Use your God-given brains and get your share of this prosperity. See what is happening under your very nosfs, look into the golden future of this gr. at manufacturing center and make mon ey for yourself. The average man works hard all his life and dies poor because he won't think. He won't look beyond today. I' is "the now" for him and he pas for his dullness by his poverty in old age. Vast fortunes have been made in real estate not by the dullard, the caui :ou.- unthinking unbeliever, but by the bright, up-to-date, far seeing man. Right here at your door are two big cities. East Chicago and Hammond, still infants but destined to be mighty industrial centers, perhaps the greatest in the world. People have not yet really grasped the swift tide of events that has caused this sudden and wonderful development and hence property values are still very low and this is your one big chance to make money. Prices today are really village prices, people will wake up soon to the wonderful future and then you w:!l see prices go shy high. PRICES IN THIS SECTION OP HAMMOND AND EAST CHICAGO ARE AS CERTAIN TO IN CREASE AS THE SUN IS CERTAIN TO SHINE TOMORROW. For example: Think of buying a lot in Chi cago that was within walking distance of the loop and of every large and small fac tory in that mighty metropolis for only $235 at only S5 per month without interest and taxes. If such a thing were possible you would instantly drop your work and rush to buy a number of the lots, In fact 33 many as you could, because you know they would make your fortune- Now the samelis true of Hammond and East Chicago. A few years ago Chicago was small and prices low, but the city had the foundation of greatness and you know how it grew and how prices soared to the sky. So has East Chicago and Hammond. They have the foundation of big plants, millions cf capital, central lo cation, water and rail transportation and they too will grow to be mighty cities and prices will here, too, go sky high. So wake up. Buy all you possibly can now and in the future reap a harvest of golden profits. But you luu't ask quickly. At our cut prices and terms these lots there are only 49 left cannot and will not last long. TAKE THE NEXT CAR AND MAKE YOUR SE LECTION. Think of th many dollars you waste ev ery month. Put juft $5 a month to work for you on this ideal location and watch your profits grow, but act quickly before the lot you like best ha been sold. LIBERTY BONDS ACCEPTED AT FULL FACE VALUE AS PART OR WHOLE PAYMENT. Buy For B$m& PIbsq SAVE RENTDON'T MAKE LANDLORDS RICH PAY RENT TO YOURSELF YOU CHEA? YOUR FAMILY YOUR LOVED ONES EVERY TIME YOU PAY RENT. You may build when you make the first payment. Five dollars secures the lot, then a few bundled dollars for lumber, most of which you can secure on time, and then jour own labor on Saturday afternoons, Sundays and evenings after work and soon you hav" a home, a rent saver and a real hom that you can call your "own horn place." Perhaps it will be only a small place to start with, but the money you are now wasting in rent receipts will soon pay to make it larger. Give your family a chance YOUR FAM ILY is entitled to the best and the best is right here, splendid soil for gardens and all city improvements and conveniences. He a real, citizen. OWN YOUR OWN HOME. A renter loses every dollar he pays in rent. Nothing so useless or so worthless as a bunch of old rent receipts. Owning your OWN HOME gives you a standing in the community a real man's standing in the community, and here is your chance. Rut dt cid" --make the start -the rest is so easy. TAKE THE NEXT CAR NOW--TODAY AND SECURE YOUR HOME PLACE. How often in a city like Chicago on hears a poison say: "I could have bought that lot once, for a mere sons now look at its great value. What a fool I was that 1 did not buy." The history of Chicago will be repeated right here in East. Chicago and Hammond. You spend the money anyway, so why not today put $5 a month to work for you right here. Don't be a wisher hoping for prosperity won't bring it to you. You must be up and doing. You and you alone must make the start. HURRY take the next car- Pay $5 secure your lot and make the beginning of your big prosperity NOW TODAY! Our tract office is on the corner of Hoffman St. and Columbia Ave. From either East Chicago or Hammond take 150th St. car. get off at Columbia. Walk two blocks north. Or take L C. interurban. Get off at Hickory station. Walk two blocks south t Hoffman St. Salesmen at the office every day from i) a. m. until dark (including Sunday). Hurry, or the lot you like best may be sold. i Suite 502 Hammond Building Hammond, Indiana. Also 583 Broadway, Gary And Office on Property. .iiiiii inn. T 1 II I I I I II I III I I II II I I II I II I --"H m. - f 4 i V