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THE TIMES
Mav 27,"1922.
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INSTRUCTIONS
G1VENT0G0UN
REVIEW
BOARDS
MAN WHO BOUGHT TIGER LILY BLANKET
FOR VIRGINIA RAPP LOSES HEART AGAIN
State Tax Commissioners
Send Out Letter of Ad
vice; Duties Under Law
Cited.
ITDIAAPOLTS, May 27. Inatruc
tiona and advice for county boards
of review which "begrln their annual
sessions June 1 are contained in a
letter the state board of tax com
missioners has cent to the county
bodies. The boards kave a certain
amount of original tax appraising
to do; have to review appraisements
appealed from township assessors,
and also have to harmonize tax val
uations in various parts of the coun
ties. Members or representatives of
the state board will visit the county
boards from time to time. How tax
payers' "property should be apprais
ed by the county boards and other
procedure regarding the fixing of
appraisements are explained in the
letter as follows:
"There is no more important work
to be done by any public officer in
the state than now devolves upon
you in bringing about a correct val
uation of "property in your county.
The law makes it your duty to 'cor
rect all errors in the names of per
aoxia. In the description of the prop
erty upon said lists, in the assess
ment and valuation of nrnnf'rfv
thereon, and shall cause to be done
whatever else imay be necessary to !
make said lists and returns of as-
sessments comply with the provi- S
sions of this act. The board shall j
pass upon each valuation and enter
the values as fixed hy it in a sep
arate column. The board may, on
sufficient cause being shown, or on
its own action, correct the assess
ment of valuations of any joperty
in such a manner as will in its'
Judgment make the valuation there
of jUist and equal.'
POWER TO EQUALIZE VALIT
ATIOXS. "The law further says that your
board shall also have the power to
equalize the valuations made 'by the
assessor either by adding to or de
ducting therefrom such sums as are
necessary to fix tho assessment at
the true cash value." Such equali
zation can affect any class of prop
erty. "Tou should examine the reports
from the different townships and
see that there Is equality among
the townshjps dn your county. If
any township assessor's valuations
appear to be too low, you should
not hesitate to make such adjust
ment that eacfa township will bear
its "proper part of the tax burden.
The great "bullc of the taxes are
thnsa levied by the smallest units.
Dainty and state taxes are very
Jfif;h less than the tax collected In
'.h'i township, or city, or town for
'local purposes.
"Tou should examine the domestic
errporation reports and the supple
mentary information and ascertain
whether all the information requir
ed by these forms is given and we
urge upon you to see that an as
sessment as is required by law is
made in your county. It ds your
duty to see that all property in
your county is assessed at not more
or less tUan its true cash value.
"In the assessment of all real es
tate you should be governed by Sec
tion 142 of the tax law, which pro-;
vides that all real estate shall 'be
valued at its full true cash value,
which Is the price it 'would bring
at a fair voluntary private sale,
not a forced or sheriff's sale.'
SOME HAVE ERROXEOrS IDEAS.
"Some taxpayers have the erron
eous idea -that valuations in the
eous idea that valuations fix the
amount of the taxes they pay. The
spend. In other words, .the question
valuation only fixes the basis on
which the tax rate is estimated, and
the rate depends upon the amount of
money the officers are going to
of taxation is: How awuch money
shall we spend? The real time to
limit the amount of the taxes is
w!hen the "budget is prepared by the
local officers and submitted to the
public the last week in August. Tax
rates are fixed the first week In
September."
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Miss Jocelyn Leigh with Henry Lehrman.
When Virginia Rapp, in connection with whose death Koscoo
Arbuckie was acquitted after three trials, was buried in Los Angeles,
Henry Lehrman sent a blanket of 1,000 tiger lilies to be draped ovev her
coffin. He remained in the east to mourn lest his feelings get the better
of him should he face anyone connected with her death, he said. But his
heart has been mended. His engagement to Jocelyn Leigh, featured
beauty of the Midnight Frolics, has been announced. Lehrman is known
as a producer of comedies.
the summer.
Bids wer leceived Wednesday ev
ening for the pavement of Lincoln
street and for eewer Installation on
said street. Courtright, Helny and
Wheeler of Crown Point had low bid
for the pavement and Sharer and
Son of Hobart had low bid for sew
er. The mayor and city council
have been granted ten days in which
to award the contract.
The funeral services of Mr. Con
rad Bender who passed away last
Wednesday, will be held at the home
at 10:30 Saturday morning. The
interment will be at .Calvary .cemetery.
HESSVILLE
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TIRE COMPANY
CHANGES
ITS POLICY
In the miniature republic of An
dorra the women are not permitted
to eat at the same table with their
husbands.
The following letter is self-explanatory:
Brown Tire Co..
168 Fayette St., Hammond.
Kelly-Springfield, Distributors for
Lake County:
The recent move made by the Kel-Jy-Springneld
Tire Company, in con
solidating its general offices in the
new ibuilding at 250 West 57th
ftreet, New Tork, is indicative of
more than merely an effort to or
ganize more efficiently the execu
tive branch of its large business.
The truly interesting and signifi
cant feature cf the re-organization
of office arrangements is the fact
that the New York branch 'has been
moved to the company's warehouse
at 553 West 57th street, a step
which is really equivalent to giving
up the branch altogether, since it
has now no display rooms, sales
counters or any of the other appur
tenances of the usual tire store.
For many years the Kelly Com
pany, in common with oeher large
tire companies, maintained hand
some and attractive showrooms. The
Kelly Company, however, realized
that with the stabilizing of the in
dustry the maintenance of these ex
pensive establishments was a relic
of the prosperous days of a rapidly
growing industry rather than an
economic necessity for a concern
manufacturing articles that have
now become almost staple products.
With the discontinuance of all re
tail sales a step which was taken
to protect the dealer the factory
branch was deemed an unnecessary
expense which only added to the
overhead; in cutting out this ex
pense in all cities, which the com
pany intends to do as soon as prac
ticable, a considerable saving will
be effected, and it was partly in
anticipation of this saving in oper
ating costs that the prices of Kelly
products were recently brought
down to a competitive basis.
The company intends to establish
warehouses in various centers of
distribution where railroad facilities
are best fluted to srive prompt serv
ice to its dealers, and where it now
maintains brandies these will be
supplanted by offices, which in many
cases will be in the warehouses
themselves.
There seems to be good reason to
believe that this move of the Kelly
Company in 'being the first to dis
continue its branch in the largest
city of the country roay forecast the
attitude of other large tire com
panies with respect to the future
conduct of the industry in an en
deavor to bring the tire business to
the same point of economic perfec
tion as that which marks the older
lines of trade.
KELLY-SPRING FIELD TIRE CO.,
New York
ST. JOHN
Mrs. J. Dome and children of Chi
cago were the giuests of the Mrs.
Dome's father, Mr. M. Shay of Mar
tha street and other relatives last
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Kessler and
daughter Bernice and Mrs. W. Smith
and son Clyde were Griffith visit
ors Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. C. Spangler who Is at the
Mercy hospital In Gary, Is reported
as getting along nicely.
Mrs. Clarke returned to her home
in Morocco last Thursday evening,
after having spent the past few days
wltih her daug'hrer Mrs. Ira Lambert
and family.
Mrs. F. Rohda Sr., and Mrs. O.
Proeschold were Hammond shoppers
Friday. ' "
Mrs. W. R. Patterson spent last
Wednesday In Hammond.
Mr. Emil Micovetz, the shoe deal
er, carries a complete line o fMen's.
Women's and Children's footwear
and expeets to have a two day re
duction sale on all goods.
Miss Alverta Smith was a Ham
mond shopper Wednesday.
Mrs. Geo. Breckner of Hammond
was the guest of Mrs. Horner and
family Wednesday.
Mrs. Jack Wagner and son Junior
spent Thursday at Highland with
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Sr., and family.
Members of the Las Amigas Club
and husbands were entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spaulding at their
home on Kennedy avenue, Wednes
day evening. The evening was
spent in games, music and cards, fol
lowed by a delectable luncheon serv
ed by the hostess. Among the
guesrts present were Mr. and (Mrs.
Porter Brandenburg and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ruhl and their
GILD A VARESI IS
REAL MADAME, NOT
JUST STAGE ONE
.
ton- Schutz were Hammond visitors
on Friday.
Bill Vanderwort will spend sev
eral days with relatives at South
Bend.
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Pearl Vanderwort returned to her
home at Butler, Ind., after several
weeks' stay with her sister Mrs. H.
N. Carnahan.
Ind., where he will spend his vac,
tion.
Do not forget Memorial Day, May
30, postoffice hours are from 8:00 a
B. C. Hill went to Bloomlngton. m. till 11 a. m.
Gild YareaL
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagner
and son and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
Harding and children.
Mrs. Jack Wagner is planning to
give piano lessons at heT home in
the near future. Mrs. Wagner is
considered a capable pianist.
In 1921 the worud's production of
coal dropped back to the level oi
production in 190, with the total
output put at approximately 1,100,
ooo.oOO metric tons.
DYER
Peter Klein, F. F. Scheldt and
daughter Esteile, spent Thursday
in Chicago.
Mrs. W. Fagen, Mrs. Aiiig. Piepho
and daughters Ora and Ida. Mrs. An-
George Gerlach and son John tran
sacted business in Chicago Thurs
day. Mrs. Frank Dinges and son Jack,
are visiting several days with rel
atives at Chicago.
Mrs. Bernard Boecker and son
visited Friday with relatives at Chi
cago. The public schools closed Friday
evening with an entertainment.
A surprise party was given Lew
Boecker by his many friends on Wed
nesday evening in honor of his 24th
birthday. The evening was spent
with dancing and music after which
refreshments were served and the
guests departed wishing him many
more happy birthdays.
W,li:am Kieln a prosperous farm
er of Wesley, Iowa, who has been
visiting several days here with Mr
and Mrs. Nick J. Ludwlg, Jr , retuin-
el on FrUy morning to Ills homo in
lovva.
HOBART
Mr. Walter McPhearson was at In
dianapolis the first of the week to
attend a meeting of the Masonic
grand lodge.
Undertaker Wild accompanied by
his daughter Mrs. Krull have return
ed from Indianapolis where they
have been attending a session of the
State Undertakers' Association.
"Miss Bess Banks has completed
her lyceum work for the season and
is home where she expects to spen'l
Good Hardy Stock- Fresh Cut
JLImi
For Decoration Day
Carnations
ALL COLORS
Best Quality
35c
Per Dozen
oses
ALL COLORS
Best Quality
Per Dozen
Meteor Radiophone
Receiving Sets
The last word in Radio Equipment. Free Concert every
evening at our Demonstration Room. You are invited.
Four different models to choose from. Reasonable prompt
delivery can be had on all models. Have your sets in
stalled by Experts. It pays. Inquiries answered free.
For appointment phone Whiting 305.
Wilson Electric
Supply Co.
310, 119th Street
Whiting, Ind.
PHONE 305
METEOR RADIOPHONE DISTRIBUTORS
Dig
av date oi LaKe Lots
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May 27-28-29-30
Cedar Point Park Subd ision
45 MINUTES FROM HAMMOND
Cedar Point Park is situated on the East Side of Cedar Lake, Indiana, and
is generally admitted to be the most beautiful spot at this justly popular Lake.
' We are spending over $30,000 to make this subdivision the ideal spot
for your summer home. We are building stone roads, community wells all over
the property, electric lines, etc. Our pier, which is 450 feet long, is worth
seeing. Lot owners in the subdivision are proud of it. The $10,00 club house
for dancing parties, entertainments, concerts, etc. is for use of lot owners.
For those who like the good game of tennis a tennis court is provided.
ENJOY YOURSELF AND MAKE MONEY
The restrictions against out-houses, unpainted shacks, tents, etc., assure
a steady increase in property values. We sell to gentiles only.
CEDAR POINT PARK BEACH
Our beach is the finest on the Lake. - For those who like to take a dip in
the cool refreshing water our beach cannot be beat. The Park has a wide repu
tation among fishermen on account of the good fishing to be,found there.
CEDAR POINT PARK
Is a place for the lover of nature and the weary. Pure air and sunshine is the
best doctor. Give your family "a chance to play among the many fine trees,
he flowers and the grass at this fine spot. Cut out the coupon below and get
full particulars or come out and see us Sunday or Decoration Day. Come and
spend a day with us whether you are interested in buying a. lot or not.
CEDAR LAKE REALTY CO.
CHICAGO OFFICE
1 1 5 S. Dearborn Street
Phone Randolph 3152
CEDAR LAKE OFFICE
Open Every Day
Phone Lowell 199-W-l
COUPON
Gentlemen: Without obligation please send plats, prices, terms
and full particulars about your lots at Cedar Lake.
Name. ...... .r. . . ............., '
Address. . .:.wj
iBgj,jj.t i,iiMg!v! i-izL?-:rrv.rsws.
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ver the Hills
to-the
Poor House
is a way not paved with pennies saved. It may be the
end of the easy road taken by thoughtless people.
If you save while you are young, 3rou build a wall of
dollars around your old age. You can have home comforts
and peace of mind.
Take Care of Your Dollars and
Your Dollars Will Take Care of You
Invest in Some of Our First
Mortgage 7 Real Estate Bonds
AMERICAN TRUST
- AND SAVINGS
BANK
The Bank thai Service Built
187 State St., near Post Office, Hammond, Ind.
A J. Swanson, Pres. Daniel Brown, Vice-Pres.
H. 0 Reissig, Sec'y- and Treas.
Ham
Lmy si
You can save something, and trie
. amount you save is not so important as
the fact that you are saving systemat
ically.
STTQC
RNDwfl
Ham
The habit will soon grow on you and
you will be agreeably surprised at the
amount you are drawing interest on at
the end of the year.
This plan has worked most successfully
with hundreds of people who like your
self never thought that they could save,
until they tried it, and now they say it is
the best lesson they ever learned.
Your Savings Account is never too large
or small to be appreciated by this Bank.
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Karris? t Oi
Bank
avmgs
FAYETTE AND H0HMAN STREETS PHONE HAMMOND 4000
IN THE HAMMOND BUILDING
Capital and Surplus $125,000
W G. PAXTON, President
vF. R. MOTT. Vice President
FRANK HAMMOND. Sec.-Treas.
H. J. GESCHEIDLER, Asst. Sec.-Treas.
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