I-'H.iav. November 26. 1020.
KXOB' lOUl I.Dt.CTRY.
I i'rral Portland ( i mrpl Company
i'.:" Calumet district is fortunate in
.ng one. of the world's largi-st anl
.I .! n:oi rn cement plants in the Uni-
.;a: Portland Cement Company at
!" , tOti.
Yh 5 plant came to BufTington about
;. --ars ago or aoout the time that
- ii:y of Gary Erst came into exist-
ogre a made by thts
il'jrmc ti.e recent congestion
' J U:- than other sections of t!
: y. hen in tlie last year, ear
.go, cmbargdfs and other ob-
curtailed production and hand'--1
il.ipnierits. builders tru k'd ce-
:':o;n the l-SuffingU'o y'.ar.t to all I
ff !he counlry. !
moemcnt by trucU was facii:-j
hy the concrete roads built hy
company w-tthin and leading from t
c plant. As many as 600 trucks, the
,. -valcr.t to abut 120 box cars wci'f1 j
. : : i in a tingle day. This was at i 1
o: over ore. truck a minute.
Today cctuent is essential in bu'ld- i
A If! 06t every structure has some '
,!. i "f toil' icte work. A gridiron ct .
t.r'.y a million miles of concrete1
i-. '.aiks in the United States makea j
ilkn.g easy. j
Tji popularity of cement and thJ;
i ;:! gro-vth of the cement industry;
ripiflej in the steady increases be- !
mad-? from the local plant. J"
.1:5 ago. about rH c year3 previous to'
e company's locating here, the firm 1
n shipping a total of about 8,(K0 j
,-:-:. Shipments made f-.r the year
' '.ili l e close to 12 million barrels.'
h.m c tl-c ojmpany was Srst organic- !
i jo to the present day, the Univei- !
i! Portland Cement company, have'
:.oped a grand total of ICO million '
-.irtis 1 4 SO nu-licn sa'ki) of cement.
r '.o w ould fill over a half million bos
iij mkins a tram o.o"0 miles long
) requiring 12 ''00 locomotives to
'i;h the 1T.0 milli mi barrels shipped
the Universal company, enough
?c;c could be ni3de to build !
. s '' IS fe t onniTft; toad, er.oug'i
-r.o Z tines around the cm. re bu:u-.
: V r .ted Sta tes.
this company ooc .. ii.cs h dnitiil
. tow n v. ith ma.nn rioer.t large
. ig. and Mar! . s ov-r lTi'O me i.
oiistant demand f.T con. en;
t.ils company continued oycra
for ijtr.vlimc to come.
epecllwn, and that the said assessment
roll contains the names of all property
owners Mfected thereby and the res
pective -mounts assessed against each
lot or tract of land for said improve
ment, and that by resolution said Board
has fixed the Sth day of December. 1920,
at 2 o'clock p. in. in the office of the
Board of Public Works in the City Hall
of said City as the time and place for
hearing remonstrances and objections
from all persons affected thereby as to
the special benefits derived therefrom
and assessed against said reepectivu
lot on said assessment roll and that
said Board will after said hearing and
examination, confirm or modify each
respective assessment as ma4e. provid
ed that it finds that said property af
fected thereby is benefitted in respect
A. J. SWAN SON".
I". C. DIETRICH.
C;d Ko!ks' Coughs
-Ut be relived promptly by Piso's. Stops
tiiroat tickle; relievo irritation. The remedy
tested by more Chan titty years of use is
Board of I'ublio Works
iLLi.vJi , c. kose;
City Clerk. ll::6:i::3
CITT OF HAMMOND. INDIANA, DE
PARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
NOTICE OF SHEFFIELD SUBDIVIS
ION CEMENT SIDEWALKS
TRIMARY ASSESSMENT ROLL
To Whom It May Concern:
Tou are hereby notified thai, tne As
sessment Roll In the matter of the im
provement of Sheffield Subdivision,
Sections "A" to "H" inclusive by con
structing: therein a cement sidewalk
six feet wide, five inches in depth.
In tho City cf Hammond. County of
Lake and State of Indiana, has been
prepared by order of the Foard of Pub-
he Works of said City, and thru iho
sumo Is now on flic in thcofflce of said
Board for public examination and in
spection, and that the said assessment
roll contains tho names of nil property
owners aff"2Cted thereby and the res
pective amounts assessed ugainst each
lot or tract of land fur said iniproe
ment, and that by resolution said Board
ha fixed tho 8th day of December. 1fJ2t.
nt 2 o'clock p. m. in the office of the
Board of Public Works !n the City Hall
of said Cay as tho time and place for
hearing rtmon.-.tram-os pr.d objections
from all persons aflcct'.d thereby aa to
the special benefits derived therefrom
and assessed against said respective !
lot on said assessment roll and that j
sa.d Board il! after f-aid hearing and
cxan-ma tien, .oti(lrin or modify each I
fectod thereby is benefitted in respect
A. J. SWAN SON,
i C. DIETRICH,
Board of Public Works
WILLIAM C. ROSE.
1 For Expectant Mothers
Warn fsa ooLIT o Horat SMOOO aa ths Sast. ntt
BaAsrtii RiauLATOi Cov BxrT, S O. Atlamt. v
7 M : c . f;,
rivi unit: mjiS-eit I
made. pro i J
P i S 9S
IF MOTHERS ONLY KNEW
During these days how many children
are complaining of headache, feverish
tiefis. Jtcinaeh troubles and irresular
bowol-i. If mothers only knew vhi I
Mother Grays Sweet Powd'-rs would do
for their children no family wou'd e r
be without them. These powder are so
easv and pleasant to take and bo ef
fective in their action that mothers who
onee use them always tell othr mothers
about them. Sold by druggists every
C(l that It finds that said property af-
JAPAN TO GO IN
U. S. SUPREME COURT i
INTERNATIONAL NtWS SERVICE;
. ASHlNiHON. Nov. ;'6. Japan i
iririg to carry Its fl?ht against the
'orn:a .t'-'n la:: i lii 's tharving
.- : from Ian J o-intr?:; ji itto t:T
supremo c urt, according to i:i
iJ - -ea-'-hing AVash ngt-n today.
1 is reported t.i: the Japanese go -r,
nt w j-jla sh.-rtly itistii utc. l.tiga-
ami tnat Japanese orficia.s bc-
they can make a strong caaa in i
lr effort a to have the California leg
ion set a s : d .
-aty negotiations between Wasii-
-n ana i cmo are ;ri tiie.r nnai ,
i s. but belief is prwirs that tho
f men will not settle the status of i
Japanese immigrants : a Amerisa. '
t!..- ntion at. ail may be made of the
--.ese iruigrati 03 situation in Call-
1 TT OF HAMMOND.- INDIANA. DE
1 ' RTMENT OF PL" B L.H ' , WORKS.
' r!TCE OF UjTH STREET LOCAL
:' RIM ART ASSESSMENT ROLL
w hufin It May Concern:
"i -m are hereby notified that the As
?""Kmt Roll in 'lie matter of the im
1 i ovemtnt cf lith Street Local Sew
ei from the renter of alloy ,west of
.'..i.ar. Avenue to south Er.c of Sullivan
-d Tokarz Second Addition, by con
s ructir.jr therein an eighteen inch dou
! - strength vitrifioel socket pipe sewer,
: a j manholes, ten house drains, thirty
i'-'-'t ov.g and seven of six by eighteen
i :.- ii -Jv.nct.ons.
In tho City of Hammond. County of
l---.ee and State of Indiana, has been
l --pared by order of the Board of rub
Works of sr.:d City. a;.d that t! r.
f-r..e is now on f,!e in the office of said
n mo Is now on file in the office of said
Gray, Streaked Hair
si: anybody t-- guess how old yc-u
and notice hnw their first aprrais
siance is di rct-d at your hair.
o be answered '1"U can't be more
-. thirty: I can tell by your hair."
t give to any w:man who is really
- r more a sense of pride and sat-
t Vecor':"' premitiirely frray sf
40, to look ten c older than
fu aetualTy are that s indeed a bit
'rr experience. Ttov-vep, nny woman
;Tl. -lh a bottle cf rtroA n t on- rn.
''ro to gray, faded and streaked hair I
" 1 its maiden beaut v and the identicMl I
ior it had in girlhood, whether light
c ien. medium, dark brown or black,
h'".vntone is instant in results and ab
1. 1. i y harmless.
At ail druggists: 50." and 51.5": tvn
-.i'.-r: "L'ktht tn Vf-duim Brown"
i "Psrk friwn to T:!tck" 1
Special Tree Trial Offer j
fir a free tri.1 pa-k;ift- of Hinwni.
r "nd to The Kei'len Phanrf -k! "
'' l" Cr-ppi'i Bldg., Covmgton. K .. '
r :' -losing 11 cent? to pnv nostane.
:-i king and war tax. T'ar this out.
I or personal lr.firm:ttien advice,
- actual work of hair ttttitig. :s t'
- Mrnunatorp S'ooo. steer.s ;
l: o '.. j hirRso. TU. jd".
i :mcs nt-v.-s sr . :rs
ti rionfv ''jv
sff'jrt can furnish.
.s liie oe
a .id i.cr.c
Specials For Saturday, Nov.
Choice Beef Roast
Fresh Picnic Hams
Pork Loin Roast
Boneless Veal Roast
Fresh Spare Ribs
per pound . . .
Boneless Sirloin Roast
Fresh Neck Bones
Fresh Pig Feet
Fresh Sliced Liver
Sweet Mild Cured Bacon
whole or half
Sweet Cured Boiling Bacon,
Small Lean Smoked Picnic Hams
Brick or Limburger
ALSO MANY OTHER GOOD SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY.
Croup Ends Life
Many Children Die of Croup
Every Year Before a Doctor
Can Be Summoned.
Parents of children should be prepared
at all times for a spasm of croup
Kep In the house a treatment that
will give Instant relief and keep the
child from choking until the amvaj of
Get a bottle of HTOMEt today and tn
case of an attack of croup, pour TO
drops Into a bowl of bo ling water Hold
the child's head over th bowl so that It
can bresUie the soothing, reretratinit
vapor that arise. In the inantima irad
for a physician.
This treatment hs helped msnv rhil- I
dten and is a precaution that all parent 1
should promptly take.
HYOMEI Is oHl by druggists everv- t
where and satiefac'ion ia guaranteed
for croup, catarrh, asthma and bron
chit's or your money back. If you have
children, sare this notice.
iraK aa espv ftMe s?
laskLisr :- aV V i..- r. M '
Ends indfetiDfi :
It relieves stotna'ch tnisery, sottrs'orr- !
ach, bclchinfc atid all stomach (!i :ea.,o (
or money back. Large box cf toblcts
at all druggists in ail towns.
577 Hohman Street
E MIRIAM SHO
Citizens National Bank Bldg.
20c 1 t
6c ; MCW
511 - -
H 13 I
e- S ill
IK D! r?.rryjr
.'.'.'..'.'.'24c ' pJSi
s i i li i ii i -tk fir it1"- -i
I - m al 'i'' aV P!ir, nV .
i g , P pouna B ' 'AX JT
m Amencan Cheese O O t t irfi .
ig ir -ioc jg mms?
I t I AVAlvt VI bUUUIUXll M inn i mmm mm mm-
u j i ii h I
jj I (Jti jjuuiiu I H I 11 I
; ALSO MANY OTHER GOOD SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY. I j ; 1
SUIT qjgar iSm feJ id tH U U mmimV ii gr pr Q Ej j
573 HOHMAN ST., HAMMOND. PHONE 1441 i I
Hfii xifv - ? x: ',.v!Tk i '
L , ,, i. riLamwrr.., 1 Vfe .lf' j !
,i .p n,t r, l , . , in, 1U jay.wrry ' , .J ! E
1 ... . -J .y.J X"" "- ' C ! . -'Jl iy
; fi ' ii - - - -' i r
to be R
Our toy department is now complete for Xmas for Children. All parents arr invited to
come in and inspect our special values in everything in the store.
Hand Fainted Plate or Cup and Saucer
FREE with every Purchase of
$5.00 or More
All Children's Hats in store 25 per cent off Boys Suits and Overcoats at 20 per cent,
marked price. off Marker Price.
Ladies' Skirts, plaid pleated, 25 per cent. Ladies' Corsets, at 20 per cent, off the
off marked price. Marked Price.
A pair of Child's Stockings FREE with every pair of Children's Shoes for Saturday.
And many more articles at Special Price. Don't forget the FREE Hand-Painted
Plates; also Cups and Saucers with $5.00 purchase or over.
Shop Early to Avoid the Rush
THE MIRIAM SHOP
i Citizens National Bank Building Hammond, Ind
u j uaaia u . anijaji . a unmu
t-VSl tyumjnMOQ atllwaOM.yM'. swayamilu .!!".". jiipajp1 iawm
Do I ou Enjoy Dance
SiHINK of the pleasure
Ijfev-ifi had by having such famous
iffjfa bands as Conway's, or the Vic
llyaAjij tor Military, ever ready to play
the latest steps for you. The fascinating
music of the Joseph C. Smith's Orches
tra, The Ambassador Orchestra, or the
Victor Concert Orchestra, is also yours
if you arc the possessor of
In fact, ownir.2 a Victrola brings the art of the
stars from Grand Opera, the headliners in Vaude
ville, and everything entertaining into your home.
25.00 to $400.00. There is a Victrola for every
purse. Our terms in selling them are most liberal,
including small monthly payments.
STRAUBE PIANO & MUSIC CO.
631 Hohman St. Phone 661 Hammond
FOLLOW THE CROWD
We are very much pleased with the large number of people from Calumet District,
who have visited our PINAO ROOMS to look over our IMMENSE stock of PIANOS
and PLAYER PIANOS and GRAND PIANOS. Everyone was SURPRISED to
see SO MANY PIANOS displayed in one store.
All were delighted with the STRAUBE PLAYER with MELO-H ARP and ad
mit the MELO-H ARP is a big additional PLEASURE, one you DO NOT set in other
Players, and for dance music YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO DO WITHOUT IT.
And if vou like Hawaiian music, the MELO-HARP makes it PERFECT.
Make Your Wife
and Daughter Happy
Order one of Our
and fill your
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Make Your Selections Early We Will Deliver for Christmas.
CASH OR TIME ALL THE SAME PRICE.
THREE YEARS TO PAY IF YOU WANT IT.
Your old piano taken in exchange and a liberal allowance made.
Straube Piano and Music Co.
631 Hohman St. Phone 661 Hammond, Indiana
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