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Werinesdav. ,Juiv :i. lild Lake Co. Defense Council Has a Busy Meeting (Special To Thej Time' CROV.'X POINT. Ind.. July 3. The July meeting: of tb lak County Coun cil of Defense, was held on Monday at Crown Point and the volume of business which this war body disposed of stupendous considering that the meet ings are now held bi-monthly. The firs' matter brought before the board was the case of Joe Kubish of Cedar Lke. who had been brought before the council on complaint of lira. Elizabeth Brennon of Cedar L.ak. a canvasser in the lied Cross Liberty Loan and War Savings f:smp drives, who had visited the home cf Kubish and on ear-h occasion when she found him at home ha 4 been grossly Insulted. On one occasion when she asked him to buy a Liberty loan he told hr "to go to tha rich " I.at week when she visited him to ask him to pur cbhuti War Savlr.fi Stamps he swore at her repeatedly ajid told her it would answer her better if she went home and Picked potato bunts. Kubish testified that he was 45 years of age. had lived r.t tha Lake all his life, he worked every day, earning: $2.50 to $3. and all he had ever subscribed to any war work was a $1 membership in th Red Cross. Mr. C. Wise, the rural mail carrier, and Mr. Vern ryer of the (Vdar Creek Township of Defense had a's.i visited Kubish and he had swore at them about Mrs. Brennon. The fact of the matter disclosed by the evidence was that he would not buy or subscribe to any war work. Chairman Peterson said that his treatment of Mrs. Brennon was out raff "ous and. could not be overlooked. It was not a matter of patriotism alone, i- was a. question of indecency of the worst kind, and the members of the council commended Mrs. Brennon for her patriotic conduct in this matter and pich member of the council concurred with Chairman Feterson in his action, for Mrs. Brennon has been a tireless worker in all war activities and to be insulted and sworn at on several oc casions when doing a patriotic work for her county was a matter that could not he treated lightly, and Kubish will be shown up as an example and was taken to Gary and given up ta tha United Sleeps Any Old Way Now. "I am SO years old and never was sick until 8 years old when I got stom ach trouble I have spent a. fortune for medicine which did not cure. I kept on suffering nd setting worse. A fellow worker told me about Mayr's Wonder ful Remedy. After taking three doses I felt like a different man: before tak ing tt I could not lie on my back nor right side. Now I can sleep any old way." It is a simple, harmless prepa ration that remo-es the catarrhal mu cus from the intestinal tract and allays 'he inflammation which causes prac ticably all stomach, liver and intestinal ailmynts. including: appendicitis. One dose will convince, or money refunded. Summers Pharmacy. Ridgeley Drug Stores (in Oary, Central Drug: Store in Indiara.-. Harbor, and druggists every where. Adv. iLrlMntrtnniHIHtllllinilHlllllllllllHIIllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllilMIIIllllllllHllHIIHIili: " -e- U. S. Food Administration License No. G 13773 Single S.&H. Stamps With Groceries These Specials for Wednesday Evening After Supper and For Friday and Saturday July the 5 th and 6 th. '5 2 Store Open Till JBest Quality Rolled Oats pound 6c. 4 I Coffee f TT Regular Large Size 2-V rs - ! IrOSZUTTl pkgs. Postun-f Cereal. ...2JC Hp Lipton's Yellow Label Tea, this o i 1 Ztsale Va lb. tins jDC p rnrr 0ur Result 2.V K. & W. vOte Special Blend Coffee, lb. j 1 C s d Van Camp's Tomato Soup, Sale -n s OOUP price, No! 1 cans .... J OO Of Ak s X y -6 4- Hi&rh LJ jJLty ll&L Li mvni this sale, per lb 8 Prunes c?ncy PGood SiZ(, Santa ? rtp ; X wtto ( lara Prune?, per lb Hi -! HT svslisj& Black White and Best and j IVlatCieb Cheapest .Matches, 12 q 1 boxes in larcrc package J&JC I IVORY SOAP 4 cakes for 25c 1 Pure Comb HONEY frame 23c Kings Yellow Cling PEACHES 1 Extra Choice No. 1 Cans 15c .ir!l!lillir,lllli!lllillli!llllll!illillliflill!lllllllllllIII!lllllllMiliIllllllllllllll!li!illiiliill Stales authorities after due deliberation by the defense body. J. W. Re'.shaw appeared for the prop erty owners of the town of Schneider, stating the Fonrd of ruhho Works was contemplating the construction of side walks in that place, and C K. Roberts appeared for the town of Schneider, statins that as a matter of saf-.-t y fr sthooi children v ho go dow n the stone road four times every day to and from school that sidewalks be built on ihe road leading to tho sehoolhouse, as the road is traveled extensively by auto mobilists and dangerous for the chil dren. After hearing the evidence tli council decided that the town board , the town of Srhneider be authorized to build the walk leading to the. school house only that is. on Aekerman road and from the srhoolhouse to the rail rcsd. A motion was passed that the im provement of 1 " r t street in East Chi cago be authorize.-), a petition having b-en presonted to the council hv At'oi tiev Crit- of that city. This improve ment means a ravins of but three blocks and Is near the American Ste.l foun dries. There being t-o sw-.-.-t nrd no side walk, the Board of Public Works thinks Ih" improvement ;us:ifiaV;e, and the homes of the men enraged in w;ir work are here. The council gave their con sent to the improvement. A delegation of Gary contractors ap peared before the council, asking the council to use their influence as a war body to the War Industries Board to allow the shipping of material to Gary for the essentials in house building for the housing of government employes. The contractors being unable to get ma terial for the erection of these, houses, the council passed the following resolu tion : "Resolved by the Lake County Council of Defense.' that the War Industries Board be requested to Issue the proper priority order so that an adequate sup ply of building material in the way of plumbing and heating supplies, builders' hardware, sheet metal and materials of this kind be provided for the cities of Gary. East Chicago. Hammond. Whiting and Indiana Harbor, Indiana, these ma te; lals to be used only in such cities for the purpose of providing homes for the employes of the various industries operating In these cities." Mayor Brown of Hammond presented a petition to sprinkle nineteen streets in tht city with oil. and also to repair Hohman street with asphalt from the Grand Calumet to Russell street and State Line street from Plummer avenue over to Kenwood. The petition was granted, as was also the petition of the Gary Land company to improve the streets in the Second. Third and JCin'h subdivisions, Gary. Harvey Curtis of Calumet township reported on the work being done in Gary 1n the work or fight order, and reported that there are over 1.010 delinquents from the three boards in Gary who have never answered their questionaires or sent them back unopened. Hundreds of men can bo inducted into service by I 9 This Evening Fresh Milled (Oatmeal) per lbs. 25c oo r i uur ramous our- jpaaer py r -Coffee, lb., 27K.C; 3 lbs.. . . z) C 1 Grade Hulk Xoodles. Mac- and Spaghetti, sea From Messenger Boy to Managr of Great Railway I it lis J v.-- -1 -t " r Si t " - i ' jr - .. kip v - f -f jt A : P. C CROWLEY At fourteen years of age P. E. Crow ley began his railroad career as mes senger boy with the Eri railroad. He wnrked his way to the general manager of the Xew York Central When McAdoo was looking about for a federal manager of the New York Central he took Mr. Crowley and now he is in entire control of one of the great systems of the country. virtue of the work or fight order which went into effect July 1. It is the plan of the Calumet council to comb Gury And make a straight canvass covered by the order and get a written list of all registrants net in service. There are more than lfn jitney drivers in Gary who are able-bodied men. and the follow ing resoku;on in regard to the work or fight order was passed: "Resolved, that the township Councils of Defense be instructed to report to their local boards all registrants en gaged in work of any character and those driving jitneys and other auto mobiles for hire, and that the county Council of Defense recommend to the government authorities that The above mentioned registrants be included in the work or fight order." A copy of this resolu'ion was to be forwarded to Provost Marshal Low der. The members of the different town ship councils were present and reported on the work being done by them, and most excellent results are bein accom plished through these township councils in the work or fight order and dis loyalty, hoarding of foodstuffs an-1 other lines of war work. The organizat irn of these township councils greatly aid the work of the county council and the re ports to this body are proof that these township organizations are lr0 per cent efficient. It was stated that there are sevr-ilj alien enemies at the county asvlum from i whom repeated accounts of disloyal re marks have come, and at a recent iu triotic meeting at that institution sev eral of the aliens turned their backs to the speaker. It was the voice of the council that the above matter be Liken u; by Chairman Peterson with the county commissioners. Another matter to he investigated by St. John's township was that a man by the name of Christoff living in Griffith claimed to have paid money to the Austrian council to es-ap the draft. The above will be reported to Federal Agent Brodgn after investigation. W. HAMMOND AND BURNHAM WAR FUND DUE Payments on subscriptions for the second Red Cross war fund are now due and George Hannauer. chairman of the Kest Hammond and Rurnham districts, has arranged that they will be rereived at the West Hammond 1 Trust and Savings Rank In W. Ham mond and by Otto Hejr!, city clerk, in Burnham. HAMMOND CITY DAD SOON WILL BE OFF TO WAR Hammond will probably lose one of its city dads th's month Sam Skufa k's. the Socialist member from Kast Hammond Sam is in Class one of the draft and likely to he railed within a week or two for service in the rational arm v. Buy a Thrift Stamp and lick the Hun. It Av- OXJ is 1 4;i?t'Lff cheeke are pink, the appetite Improves, and one feels full ol "snap" "pep" "vigor" Instead of tired before the day is half done. The eyes take on a luster and the body feels that tingle which one gets from a cold bath. If you want to try this new "Iron-tic" tablet send 10 oeots to the Surgical Institute in Buf falo, N. T., and obtain a trial tonic Is sure to do you good 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION BOARD OF REVIEW MAKES NEW IHGREASES Assessments of Lake Coun ty Citizens Changed at Co. Seat Meeting. Special To CROWN POINT. Thb Times 1 IND.. July 3 The following increases in the. assessments of Lake county property owners have been made by the Board of Review: Adam Ebert, Cedar Creek, assesment for 13 1 S be placed $2,250 additional to assessment shown by assessor's books. Carl Kaufman, Hammond, increased J2.1.00 as additional Improvement on lot 1. Kohl's "rd addition to Hammond. Assessment of Carl Kaufman and Leo Wc!,f was Increased $8,000 additional improvements en lots in Lathan's ad dition to Hammond. Hillside Coal & Iron Co, Hammond, personal assessment was placed at $"0, fon. Sifo Products Co., Hammond, personal assessment was placed at $5,265. Harry Kavanaugh, (Hammond ,Beach Inn), personal assesment placed aC (J,- 25ft. - i H. S. Norton, Gary, personal assess ment $250. Indiana Natural Gas Co.. Rast Chi cago, personal assessment rlaced at J650. - ' ; Mrs Dr. Davia and Mr. Albert Hull of Lowell, assessments were gone over and nothing disclosed that would war rant an increase in assessments. S c. Pwyer. Lowell, appeared as ad ministrator for the estate of Katie Steinke, deceased Mr. Pwyer made a statement that the assessment was overlooked and gave evidence to the effect that the estate of Katie Steinke owns personal property for the years 1917 and ISIS to the amount of $12,000. The assessed valuation on the $12,000 was then fixed by the board on. the To per cent basis for a period of two years, making a total assessment of $18,000 to be placed against S. C. Pwyer as admln istiator. Oscar ICrinbill of Chicago Tel. Co ap peafed before the board as per summons and their assessments wera taken under advisement. Saturday the board spent the day vis iting the arious busines places and cor porations in the north end of the county. Frank Cochran. Crown Point, assess ment for personal $5,000, Ralphael Levin, Kast Chicago, addi tional personal assessments $7,000. It. Levin & Son. East Chicago, per sonal assessment $1,150. Metal Refining Co.. North Tp.. Osborn park, assessment was placed $.4050. A. E. Leverton. North Tp., personal assessment $35. Theodore Benzin, of Gary, personal assessment was placed at $600. Calumet Klectric Co, Gary, personal assesment was placed at $1,000. "LITTLE RUNAWAY. The adventures of a little Irish las sie who makes her way o America, are charmingly pictured in 'The Little Runaway. " the Vifapraph Rlue Rib bon Feature, at Orpr.euni today. A rascally agent has stolen the rents she earned making lace and she determines to follow and punish him Gladys Les lie, tiny and beautiful star, plays the part of the lasste. and Kdward Karle is the Irish lord she meets in America and who brings her home his hride. Others In the cast are Mary Maurice. Betty Blythe. William Punn, Jessie Stevens and William Calhoun. THEDA BARA AT ORPHEUM THEATRE Theda Bara in Cleopatra, the sensa tional picture that is drawing great crowds In the Chicago loop theatres, will appear at the Hammond Orpheum theatre, five days, starting July In. Manager James Miehelste-ter announc ed today. SUFFERS A RELAPSE. Peter Crumpacker who was thought to be getting better at the home of his daurhter. Mrs. Clarence Soott, in Ghi cago, had a relapse last n'ftht and his 'ondition is thought to be very alarm in 2 H STORY. i Cromwell was said to rule with an iron hand. His "roundheads" were no more heroes, nor brarer men than are our boys today fighting In France for country and freedom. Men with dauntless spirits men of red blood, courage, energy, rim and vigor are needed erery day, behind the lines as well as behind the guns. You need iron in the blood! Every healthy man or woman should have about as much iron in his or her body as there is in an ordinary "tenpenny" nail. To train this iron, the best way is to take an iron tonic called "Iron tic," a combination of iron in its most soluble form, discovered by Dr. Pierce and experimented wtth by his physic ians at the Surgical Institute in Buf falo. "Iron-tic" U a form of Iron read ily taken up by the blood, the blood cells get round, rich-red In color, tha package. Thl 20th century Iron Druggists sell "Iron-tic" for 60c E CELEBRATION Thousands Will Gather See the Important Do ings Arrangd. to Indian Harbor is, to be a mecca for the gathering of thousands of patriotic citizens tomorrow. Independence Pay. At 10 o'clock in the morning a huge parade with band music heading the various soeieties marching throughout the prominent thoroughfares up to the hour of 11:30, when diapersement will b" made and the people, left to enjoy the rest of the day in clean and whole some sports, and many other attractions ton numerous to mention. Kaplan's Greater Shows will be the chief attrac tion, however, and as these -shows were censored by committees made up of In diana Harbor's leading men. it is safe lo say that women and children should feel no hesitancy in viewing them. The receipts of tomorrow, which are ex pected to be huge, will go toward the benefit of the Red Cross. An ideal day I Teeing looked forward to where citizens of .this town and adjacent towns may spend the day reveling In one of the greatest patriotic eelebrat-cns ever held In thia coaimunlty. Marshal fur the day "C. E. Potts has a safe surveillance committee, who will rigidly enforce safe ty to tha public. The children may play ( will without the slightest danger, aad oh! what a day It will be for the "kiddies." . Let them enjoy Independence Day ojljll to their heart's content. CI J EAST GHiCAEQ IS ALS 0T0GELEBR ATE Parades Will Take Place at Each End of the City. Thirty years afo tomorrow. July 4, East Chicago was founded. Col. K. D. Walsh, now living- at St. Mar. garet's hospital la Hammond, laid out the streets. So JUly 4 In Sast Chicago as well as the nation's birth day. Tomorrow is the big day in East Chi cago and Indiana Harbor. Never be fore in the history of the Twin Cities have there been pr( pa rations for such a magnificent celebration and spectacle. Starting at in o'clock in the forenoon, there will be parades in each end of the city. In the west end. following the rarade. Hon. W. H. Raney of Terre Haute, a man officially high in the mine workers' union of this country and one who is especially recommended by Charles Fox. president of the Federa tion of Iahor. will give an address at the City Hall park, where a large plat form has been erected and where there are accommodations for thousands of people. In the afternoon at the Lake Front park, at 3:30 o'clock. Hon. Patrick H. O'Donnell of Chicago will deliver an address to those attending the afternoon celtbration in that end of the city. Mr. O'Donnell was to sneak in both ends of the city, but arrangements havejTlie SslckerS Are been made whereby he Is to give an address at Coal City in the forenoon and consequently his forenoon engagement in this city has been cancelled and the Hon. tv. H. Ratney has been obtained as substitute. In the west end cf the city the various wards mil assemble as follows and everybody should be in line by 9:30 a, m. in order that the parade may start promptly at 10 o'clock: Assembling- Points. The first ward will meet on Forsythe avenue, between 143rd street and the R. & O. tracks: th- second ward will meet on F'-rsythe avenue between 14Sth and Ijnth strces, the third ward will meet on OJcott avenu between Chicago avenue and 14Dth street; the fourth ward will meet on Chioago avenue between, Kfr.nedy and Alexander avenues. The first ward will lead the parade and will be followed by the second, third and f;urlh wards as their numbers come. All watds wiU face toward Chicago ave nue and he ready to join in the parade as soon as it starts. netatls of th Harbor parade have bffn published elsewhere In these col umns. The two speakers who have been se !eotd to aiidress the people of East Chicago and Indiana Harbor are men of national reputation and are of a caliber sui h that iarfic things will be expected from "hem. Th addresses giv, n w iil be sin. pie in language and direct in thought teaching and extolling patriot ism, Americanism and loyalty. Company K of the Indiana National 'luard. all Iake county men. will par ticipate with East Chicago In their par nil' and will constitute one of the main features of th day. There wii! be bunds, floats, banners, flags, etc.. galore. Everybody is invited to participate in either fnd of the city as their preference may suggest. In the afternoon he crowd entire wii! swarm to the bench at the Lake Front park. Indiana Harbor. HOME GUARDS IN FOURTH PARADE Hammond's Horn Guards in their n-w dress parade uniforms will he a feature of the Fourth of Ju'y parade tomorrow afternoon which will be f-l-(vi ed by a monster meetinp in Labertv Hali. There will be about eighty jruard in line led by Captain Patton. Three band are to march in the parade. 40 LIQUOR CASES, NOT 40 CASE OF LIQUOR If G. W. Creen, department of Jus tice investirator in Hammond had ten more deputies half the town would be in the !. according to the record of the past few days. Green has more than forty liquor cases and experts that nearly all of them will be indicted for transporting liquor Into the state. SUIT FOR DIVORCE. Charring cruel and inhuman treat ment, Maude Lillian Coursen has filed suit for divorce from George Coursen. Her attorney is D. E. Boone. Better to have War Savings Stamps in your safe than the blood stained hands of the kaiser's hordes at your throat. WHITING TO HIE II CELEBRATI fPPtoiAt. To Thk TlMR'.l V.TJITIM;, IND.. July 3. Whiting is to turn out in all i's glory for a big patriotic Fourth of July celebration which is to be held tomorrow and which is in charge cf the Liberty Guards of Whiting. The celebration will begin In the morning when the parade will form at 11 nth street and Ohio avenue at 3:30 a. m. In this parade every lodge, club or other organization are asked to par ticipate carrying their service flags. The line of march will extend over the main thoroughfares of the city and dis band nt the Wri'mg park. At 11 a. m. at the liandatan.i there will be a pa triotic address by Lt. Robert Leonard, formerly professor of Kr.glish at the Marsaillcs University and now lieuten ant in the French army. At 12 o'clock there is to be s basket picnic at the park in which all are asked to participate. From 1 to 3.15 p. m. there will be athletic events. The first cf these will be 220 yard relay races for members of club, organizations or other societies in which they will run this distance and then tie a Tag around a j po'e. I There will also be a fine vaudeville ' performance, this to consist of comey j acrobatic stunts, special act in jug- I gling and the Harmony quartette. There j will also be Arabian acrobatic stunts and some aerial acts. The hours, 5 to 7 j p. m.. will be given over to trap shoot- J ing arid from 7 to 3 p. m. will be a second vaudeville performance. ! There will te 50 jackies from Great ; Lakes who will give their drills and i other features. A dancing platform will be erected 60x60 on which there will be dancing. Hay's band will furn ish music throughout the day and even ing. Wm. Bennett of the Princess theatre will take a 1000 foot movie reel of the events of the day. This is to be one of the largest cele brations Whiting has ever had and the 140 Liberty Guards having the affair in charge are losing no effort in their arrangements to make a pleasant day for the Whiting people and their friends. All they ask is for the people to turn out and enjoy it. HERE'S YOUNG LIEUTENANT r?PEtT. To The Times. CROWN' POINT. Ind. July 3. Tally one for George V. Sherman, former captain of the Bridgeport Braves. Not yet 20 and a lieutenant in the infantrv, his son Clifford, is home on ta week's fur!ftirh. H enlisted as a private, then first class private, cor poral, top sergeant, now lieutenant. 61ST WRECK VICTIM DEAD Manuel Riokind. aged 37, the sixty first victim of the Hagenbeek-Wallace wreck at Ivanhoe. died this morning; in the hospital at Gary. He had lived since the wreck with a broken neck. He was a performer and his remains will be sent to Cleveland for burial. Being Picked Up Flnce the arrest In Ctarv of fourteen slackers on Monday and Tuesdav fore noon, Ave more have been found and ladged In the city batile and are being held for federal Investigation. They are: Tom Poppas. Joe Ardonas. Joseph Pojana and Will Gu-. ton. All the ar restd are charged with having no classification or register cards. HUNS DENY SINKING HOSPITAL SHIP rT"viTttr Vr.Kss riBi.pi.RAvi. AMSTERDAM. .Tulv 3. Germany de nied sinking of the Canadian hospital ship. Llandovery Castle in a semi-official statement today. "Like similarly British asyrtions it is probably Incorrect that a submarine was responsiblf for th s'nkinst of the ship." the statement said "Apparently no one observed a sub marine. The cause may be attributed to a British mine." This statement from BTi.n is re- j narkable in view of the fat that sev- eral survivors were tak"n aboard the! submarine temporarily and that a enn- i versation took place between the sub marine captain and the master of the submarine. NOTICE. Knights of Columbus. All members are requester! to par- Patriotic parade on 4th. Meet in K. of C. sharp, to form ranks, to b thr-re. tlctpate In th. Thursday. .Tulv hall at 1 p m.. It is your duty D. S O'CONNOR. Clrand Knifrht. Buy a Thrift Stamp today. FEEBLE AGED WOMAN. 75 Years Old, Weakened by Pneu monia Vinol Restored Strength. Winchester. Va. 'I am a farmer's wife. 75 years of ge. and pneumonia left me in a weak, run-down condition, so I could hardly keep about and do ray work. A neighbor brought me Vmol and it has bui!t up my strength so f that I think It is the best medicine I have ever taken." Mrs. Jennie Chap man. There is no ser-ret abo-it Vinol. It owes its success to beef and cod liver peptones, iron and mangranese ppto nates and glycerophosphates rh-a oldest and most famous body-building and strength creating tonics. Norris Pharm acy, Joseph W. W'els. Hammond: Schlieker's Pharmacy and drupgists everywhere. Adv. jp A STIMg TODAY "The Woman in the Web" Also a Two Reel LrKo Comedy "WHO'S ZOO" TOMORROW Dare Devil Helen Gibson in a gripping western feattira "Play Straight or Fight" Also a Fox Comedy, "The Neighbor's Key Hole." PESKY BED BUGS TheBOTr ehenkal. rVD-C. Pe!ty Davits' Qm.t r actoaJhr Ps rarlailn4 V ftr feedUujs. rttaabo. aod flea: hnpoMlbl or c&eza v exist araar t. D. Q. la need. P. D. Q. kSRf ss4 teams a naCnf om their H and mrwi fcatsakm. A twa-eamoe Dacha mates a qaart of tha isami bus, Uw earth. A toss P. D Q. too toKhar than a barreJ tt aid laafeWiUBVtni kiOeTi. U Jot tha aWrii's head an erer box: aiaa pat ent spaat ka every hex f. D. Q Tha P. D. Q kills flea Mdecs. All leading drag BeLuxe :: Theatre TODAY Lou Tellegen and Mary Fuller "The Long Trail" And CHARLES CHAPLIN in F?.L1E CHAPLIN" in "A DOG'S LlrE wm be shown tomorrow matinee only for the benefit of the children. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in his latest Say Young Fellow This is a great picture. Don't fail to see It. SATURDAY Elaine Hammerstein The Noted Stage Beauty in "The Co-Respondent" And another chapter of the 30Y SCOUTS TO THE RESCUE TODAY T The Coolest Place in Town. Orpheum.'.Thsatre TODAY Gladys Leslie and Edward Earle in "The Little Runaway" A whimsical lovp story sparkling with sunshine of happy romance. Current event. THURSDAY Alice Joyce -in- The Triumph of the Weak" Also Those Athletic Gir!. FRIDAY Alice Brady in "The Mercy of Men" Also Christy Comedy. Universal Weekly Showing the Circus Wreck. t a ! .. i i. jyw ;m i.hmup j f-.-w . lAfcr .ail-. . i ,?.t ,-t4 DR. ROB'T J. CARROLL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 155 State St., Hammond, Ind. Phone 22S3. GIVE MY OWN MEDICINES. Iff t Ti -J UK) , Feet Hurt? : if sn call at raj ' enfic" any cran ing or Sum-rda? afl-.-rrrov-'ii "FREE" examination. Tout trouble can be corrected with out ini-n- 1 carr? a complete line of Wizard Arch Supports J. T- STAMM Ctiirf:odi6t - ( 412 Hammond B!dg. 1 IF YOU HAVE HEADACHES VISIT THE HAMMOND OPTICAL CO, 141 E. State St. Hammond iJ t t -'.fA-v vw? ' Jfi There Is Enough In the Pot for Everybody a rj n m m -. , - ' SJN ilaai!IAr nunc y.